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9780314226778

First Amendment Law in a Nutshell

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    9780314226778

  • ISBN10:

    031422677X

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2000-01-01
  • Publisher: West Group
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Table of Contents

Preface v
Table of Cases
xxi
PART ONE. BACKGROUND AND METHODOLOGY
Text, History and Theory
1(18)
The Marketplace of Ideas Model
7(2)
The Self-Government Model---Civic Republicanism and Civic Virtue Revived
9(3)
The Liberty Model---Self-Fulfillment and Autonomy
12(2)
Additional Theories of Free Expression
14(3)
Critics of Special Protection for Free Expression
17(2)
First Amendment Methodology
19(40)
Categorization and Balancing
19(7)
Content-Based v. Content-Neutral Regulations
26(14)
Overbreadth and Vagueness
40(9)
Prior Restraint
49(10)
PART TWO. CONTENT-BASED REGULATION AND LOW-VALUE SPEECH
Advocacy of Illegal Conduct
59(14)
Fighting Words, Hostile Audiences and Offensive Speech
73(15)
Fighting Words
73(7)
Hostile Audiences
80(4)
Offensive Speech
84(4)
Obscenity and Indecency
88(37)
Obscenity
88(13)
Child Pornography
101(3)
Indecent Speech
104(17)
First Amendment ``Due Process''
121(4)
Defamation, Privacy and Mental Distress
125(24)
Constitutionalizing Libel Law
125(5)
Public Figures and Public Issues
130(2)
Public Figures and Private Figures
132(5)
Public Speech and Private Speech
137(4)
Privacy
141(4)
Intentional Infliction of Mental Distress
145(4)
Commercial Speech
149(41)
Commercial Speech in the Chrestensen Era: a Categorical Approach
149(1)
The Problem of Defining Commercial Speech
150(2)
The Categorical Approach Under Attack
152(2)
Virginia Pharmacy and New Protection for Commercial Speech
154(2)
Commercial Speech Differentiated From Other Forms of Protected Speech
156(5)
Rationale for Differentiation
157(1)
Unprotected Commercial Speech
158(2)
Prior Restraints and Overbreadth
160(1)
The Central Hudson Test: Special or Diminished Protection for Commercial Speech?
161(4)
The Fox and the Central Hudson Test Revised
165(5)
Lawyer Advertising
170(11)
Routine Services
170(2)
In-Person Solicitation
172(3)
Solicitation Through Print Advertising and Targeted Mailings
175(5)
Statements of Certification and Specialization
180(1)
Truthful Advertising About Lawful but Harmful Activity
181(9)
New Categories?
190(15)
Racist Speech
190(9)
Pornography and Feminism
199(6)
PART THREE. GENERAL APPROACHES
The Public Forum
205(25)
Fashioning the Concept?
205(6)
The Nonpublic Forum
211(12)
Private Property
223(7)
Expressive Conduct
230(22)
Standards for Expressive Conduct
231(8)
The Definitional Problem
231(2)
The O'Brien Test
233(6)
Flag Burning
239(6)
Nude Dancing
245(7)
Freedom of Association and Belief
252(26)
Regulation of Group Membership
255(2)
Government Employment and Benefits
257(4)
Registration and Disclosure
261(5)
Compelled Association
266(12)
The Electoral Process
278(37)
Political Speech During the Campaign
279(2)
Electoral Spending
281(21)
Buckley v. Valeo
281(9)
The Progeny of Buckley v. Valeo
290(2)
Corporate Spending
292(10)
Access to the Ballot
302(7)
Regulating Political Parties
309(6)
Government Sponsored Environments
315(52)
Students Speech
318(10)
Government Employment
328(20)
Criticizing the Government
330(9)
Political Activity
339(3)
Political Patronage
342(6)
Subsidized Speech: Sponsorship or Censorship?
348(17)
Summary
365(2)
Freedom of the Press
367(56)
The Press Clause---``Or of the Press''
367(4)
Journalist's Privilege
371(16)
Protecting Confidentiality
371(11)
Burning the Source
382(5)
Gagging the Press
387(5)
Introduction
387(2)
The Nebraska Press Case
389(3)
Silencing the Bar and Other Trial Participants
392(5)
Access to the Courtroom
397(12)
Trial Proceedings
398(4)
Pretrial Proceedings
402(5)
Summary
407(2)
Access to the Media
409(14)
Access to the Electronic Media
409(14)
PART FOUR. FREEDOM OF RELIGION
Text, History and Theory of the Religion Clauses
423(13)
The Antiestablishment Clause
436(56)
Government Financial Aid to Religious Institutions
442(10)
Religion in the Schools
452(19)
Released Time and Equal Access
452(9)
Religious Exercise in the Schools
461(7)
Religion and Curriculum Control
468(3)
Government Acknowledgement of Religion
471(7)
Related Establishment Clause Problems
478(11)
Taxation and Tax Exemptions
478(3)
Sabbath Day Observance Laws
481(4)
Establishment Clause Miscellany
485(4)
The Establishment Clause Today
489(3)
The Free Exercise Clause
492(43)
Belief/opinion or Conduct
495(2)
Direct or Indirect Burdens
497(3)
The Reign of Compelling Interest Analysis
500(10)
The Repudiation of Judicial Exemptions
510(25)
Religion in Government-Sponsored Environments
511(4)
The Burdens That Count
515(7)
Formal Neutrality Triumphant
522(13)
Index 535

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