Freedom for the Thought That We Hate: A Biography of the First Amendment

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Description: A two-time Pulitzer Prize winner and former columnist for the New York Times who has written three other books, including Gideons Trumpet, Lewis is the James Madison Visiting Ptofessor of First Amendment Issues at Columbia Univetsity's journalism school. The amendments were only applied to the federal government, which did not have laws restricting speech or publication from the expiration of the Sedition Act in 1801 until World War I. The book covers the key cases, such as Near v. Minnesota and New York Times v. Sullivan, and also delves into broad constitutional issues, such as privacy and a right to a fair trial.
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