The Taming Of Free Speech

Author: Laura Weinrib
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674545710
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Laura Weinrib shows how a coalition of lawyers and activists made judicial enforcement of the Bill of Rights a defining feature of American democracy.

The House Of Truth

Author: Brad Snyder
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190262001
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... Taming of Free Speech: America's Civil Liberties Compromise (2016) & Laura
M. Weinrib, “Freedom of Conscience in War Time: World War I and the Civil
Liberties Path Not Taken,” 65 Emory L. Rev. 1051 (2016) (countering with
antistatist view). 7. See chapter 13 n. 6 (citing WL to EMH, 10/17/1917). 8.
Schenck v. United States, 249 U.S. 47,49–51 (1919). 9. Id. at 52. 10. Frohwerk v.
United States, 249 U.S. 204, 205–7 (1919). 11. Debs v. United States, 249 U.S.
211, 212–15 (1919).

Harvard Law Review Volume 131 Number 3 January 2018

Author: Harvard Law Review
Publisher: Quid Pro Books
ISBN: 1610277732
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105 See generally FORBATH, supra note 9; LAURA WEINRIB, THE TAMING OF
WEIL, supra note 69, at 127, 173–74. 107 Id. at 54–58, 60–63, 167–74. 108 Id. at
55–58, 88–89. 109 Id. at 78, 129–33, 139–42, 154–58, 167–77. 110 See Tyler
Cowen, Work Isn't So Bad After All, in ELIZABETH ANDERSON, PRIVATE
TALK ...

The Supreme Court Review 2014

Author: Dennis J. Hutchinson
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022626923X
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7See Laura Weinrib, The Constitutional Compromise of 1937: Ideological
Convergence and the Civil Liberties Consensus (working paper on file with
author), and Laura Weinrib, The Taming of Free Speech (book manuscript on file
with author). 8On the “controversy surrounding the positivenegative distinction,”
see Emily Zackin, Looking for Rights in All the Wrong Places: Why State
Constitutions Contain America's Positive Rights 42–47 (Princeton, 2013). While
acknowledging the ...

The Journalist

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DAVEOSLER reports on a disturbing casein Washington State AMERICA'S
famed First Amendment to the Constitution — the "free speech" law — has been
interpreted to benefit employers over journalists. The Washington State Supreme
Court has ruled that ... that her activism compromised its "appearance" of
objectivity. Sandy Nelson — backed by the American Civil Liberties Union and
the Newspaper Guild union — sued her employers, McClatchy Newspapers and
Tacoma News.

The Congressional Globe

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I can confirin the Senator's declaration, that Senator Davis himself, when on that
committee of thirteen, was ready at all times to compromise on the Crittenden
proposition. I will go further and say that Mr. ... Judge Douglas said in a speech in
the Senate, January 3, 1861: - “I address the inquiry to the Republicans alone, for
the reason that, in the committee of thirteen a sew days ago, every member of the
South, including those from the cotton States, [Messrs. Toombs and Davis, J ...

Fact Value Policy

Author: A. Harris Fairbanks
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences & World Languages
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The American Civil Liberties Union has been fighting these efforts on the well-
established ground that speech must be free even when it offends. 21 The issue
is similar in the arts. The independence of the artist can be compromised by the
requirement of sensitivity to social goals. The quest for diversity can turn into its
opposite, a conformity that masquerades as diversity, or just plain mediocrity. And
given the sanctimonious current atmosphere that surrounds the issue of race and