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The Supreme Court and the Philosopher, How John Stuart Mill Shaped US Free Speech Protections, Eric T. Kasper and Troy A. Kozma

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Table Of Contents
The Supreme Court and the Philosopher -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: Mill's On Liberty and the US Supreme Court -- 1. Absolute Freedom: Mill's Free Speech Philosophy and the Harm Principle -- 2. Preventing Substantive Evils: The Supreme Court on Speech through World War I -- 3. The Marketplace of Ideas: Holmes and Brandeis, the Great Dissenters -- 4. Preferred Freedoms: The Court Drifts toward Mill on Speech and Press . . . for a Time -- 5. No Law Means No Law: The Court Retrenches but Black and Douglas Carry On -- 6. Imminent Lawless Action: The Latter Warren Court Moves toward Mill on Free Speech -- 7. No Such Thing as a False Idea: The Burger Court Holds Relatively Steady on Mill -- 8. A Bedrock Principle: Brennan Leads the Rehnquist Court Closer to Mill -- 9. Special Protection: The Roberts Court's First Amendment Embrace of Mill -- Conclusion: The Future of Mill, the Supreme Court, and Free Speech -- Notes -- Index
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Copyright
Edition
First edition.
Note
Includes index
Physical Description
1 online resource (286 pages)
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9781501774522

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