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The First Amendment: Cases and Theory

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Edition: 2nd ed., 2013
Author(s): Krotoszynski, Gey,Lidsky,Wells


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Comprehensive, timely, and accessible, The First Amendment: Cases and Theory uses the case method to elucidate theory and doctrine. Thoughtful historical context and dynamic coverage of current issues fuel and enrich class discussion.

Distinguished authorship by respected First Amendment scholars;
An emphasis on the case-method approach—cases are lightly edited in recognition of the importance of context to a study of constitutional jurisprudence;
Discussion of historical background that elucidates the Supreme Court’s tests, standards, and approaches to First Amendment issues;
Overviews in each chapter introduce the main themes and doctrines to better prepare students to read the cases that follow with greater insight and understanding;
Introductory chapters on free speech and the establishment and free exercise of religion;
Thought-provoking questions that point to the themes and factors underpinning case law;
Problem exercises that engage students in applying legal concepts;
Thorough coverage of the Speech, Press, Assembly, Petition, and Religion Clauses;
Discussion of major contemporary controversies—such as the impact of technology on free speech jurisprudence—as well as conflicts between free speech and national security, civil rights, and the Internet;
With a flexible organization that can be adapted to a three-hour survey course—or more specialized courses on speech, press, assembly, the petition clauses, or the religion clauses—this casebook offers both scope and depth in a highly supportive pedagogical framework.

Table of Contents:

Part I: Freedom of Expression

Chapter 1: The History, Values, and Content of the First Amendment
Chapter 2: Setting the Modern Stage – Incitement and the “Clear & Present Danger Test”
Chapter 3: Content-based Discrimination
Chapter 4: Content Neutrality & the Regulation of Speech on Government Property
Chapter 5: Symbolic Speech and Expressive Conduct
Chapter 6: Compelled Speech and Anonymous Speech
Chapter 7: Commercial Speech
Chapter 8: Regulation of the Mass Media
Chapter 9: The Conflict Between Free Speech and Promoting Equality/Civility
Chapter 10: The Regulation of Sexually Explicit Speech
Chapter 11: Tort Law and the First Amendment
Chapter 12: The Government as Speaker and Employer

Part II: The Religion Clauses

Chapter 13: Defining and Enforcing the Establishment Clause
Chapter 14: The Establishment Clause and Government Endorsement of Religion
Chapter 15: The Establishment Clause and Government Financing of Religion
Chapter 16: Free Exercise of Religion

Table of Cases
Table of Authorities


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Format Hardcover
Author Krotoszynski, Gey,Lidsky,Wells
ISBN 9781454807001
Edition 2nd ed., 2013
Publisher Aspen Publishing