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The First Amendment: Cases - Comments - Questions

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Edition:
5th
ISBN13:

9780314904560

ISBN10:
0314904565
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
6/20/2011
Publisher(s):
West Academic
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This widely adopted soft cover casebook, designed for a two- or three-unit course in the First Amendment, has been thoroughly revised, tightened, and updated. The authors present the materials in a way that permits instructors to depart from the organization of the casebook with relative ease. The authors also try to expose students to original perspectives or perspectives they might otherwise miss. Notes and questions enable students to study the variety of competing views embodying the First Amendment as they emerge from concrete cases rather than from abstract characterization and classification imposed on the student at the outset of the study.


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