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Author Tsesis, Alexander, author. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n2002026081.

Title Free speech in the balance / Alexander Tsesis.

Publication Info. Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2020.

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Description xix, 234 pages ; 24 cm.
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Formalism and categorical doctrine -- Dominant academic approaches to free speech : strengths and shortcomings -- Free speech and proportionality -- Civic community and social context -- US formalism and EU proportionality alternative -- Offense, incitement, true threats, and hate speech -- Terrorist incitement on the internet -- First Amendment on campus -- High schooler speech in the age of the internet -- On the campaign trail : money and politics.
Summary "Free speech is an essential component to the operation of a representative government committed to equal rights and the general welfare of the people. The constitutional right to engage in open expression is designed to secure personal dignity, civic engagement, and flow of information. No generation of interpreters can claim to capture its full relevance to social cohesion. The broad statement found in the Constitution has long been the subject of evolving, sometimes inconsistent, constitutional meaning. Since the early twentieth century, the Supreme Court has been at the forefront of efforts to articulate the range of words, symbols, arts, and other objects or activities that the First Amendment protects. Interpretation takes into account a variety of constitutional contexts, principles, and discursive considerations. As Justice Sotomayor pointed in her dissent to Manhattan Community Access Corporation v. Halleck, the context within which a statement is said should be considered along with the actual words allegedly in violation of a law"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject Freedom of speech -- United States. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh2008103692.
Freedom of speech. (OCoLC)fst00934044.
United States. (OCoLC)fst01204155.
Other Form: Online version: Tsesis, Alexander. Free speech in the balance. New York : Cambridge University Press, 2020 9781108539463 (DLC) 2020005172.
ISBN 9781108424004 hardcover
1108424007 hardcover
9781108539463 electronic book