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Freedom of Speech in United States

Freedom of Speech in United States - 7th edition

Freedom of Speech in United States - 7th edition

ISBN13: 9781891136313

ISBN10: 1891136313

Freedom of Speech in United States by Thomas L. Tedford - ISBN 9781891136313
Edition: 7TH 13
Copyright: 2013
Publisher: Strata Publishing, Inc.
International: No
Freedom of Speech in United States by Thomas L. Tedford - ISBN 9781891136313

ISBN13: 9781891136313

ISBN10: 1891136313

Edition: 7TH 13

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This award-winning textbook explores the evolution of free speech rights through major legislation and Supreme Court cases. Clear explanations and landmark case summaries show how historical challenges arise anew with new technology, political issues, and social concerns.

Fully updated, this edition integrates recent laws and court cases, showing how historical issues--such as prior restraint, sedition, defamation--shape Internet-age concerns such as hate speech, privacy, access, reporters' shield laws, file sharing and copyright, and student speech rights on and off campus.

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"The book is very comprehensive; it uses landmark court case boxes; and it is scholarly and accessible at the same time. It is a solid core text. The authors keep it current through new editions." (Lillian Beeson, University of Pittsburgh, Greensburg)

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