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Free Speech in the Balance is the first comprehensive study of proportional analysis in free speech theory. This book challenges the US Supreme Court's categorical approach and explains the importance of understanding the breadth of concerns arising from regulations directly and indirectly impa...

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Main Author: Tsesis, Alexander (Author)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2020.
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505 0 |a Formalism and Categorical Doctrine -- Dominant Academic Approaches to Free Speech : Strengths and Shortcomings -- Free Speech and Proportionality -- Civic Community and Social Context -- US Opposition to Contextualization 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 -- Conclusion 
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