Brandishing the First Amendment Commercial Expression in America /
Ann Arbor :
University of Michigan Press,
|Series:||Book collections on Project MUSE.
Table of Contents:
- Commercial and corporate speech
- The scope of commercial expression
- Why protect speech? : four fundamental interests
- Autonomy as a human interest
- Brands, information, and consumer "education"
- Advertising and manipulation
- Tough love paternalism
- The corporate person
- Commercial democracy
- Commercial expression and economic instability
- Commercial expression and environmental instability.