Bibliographic Details

Eternally vigilant : free speech in the modern era / edited by Lee C. Bollinger and Geoffrey R. Stone.

Imprint Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, 2018.
Description 1 online resource
Language English
Subject Freedom of speech -- United States.
LAW -- Constitutional.
LAW -- Public.
Freedom of speech.
United States.
Electronic books.
Format E-Resource, Book
URL for this record http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11780767
Other authors / contributors Bollinger, Lee C., 1946- editor.
Stone, Geoffrey R., editor.
ISBN 022648467X
9780226484679
Notes Previously issued in print: 2002.
Preface Dialogue Freedom of Speech and the Common-Law Constitution Free Speech and Good Character: From Milton to Brandeis to the Present "Clear and Present Danger" and Criminal Speech The Speech Market and the Legacy of Schenck Reconciling Theory and Doctrine in First Amendment Jurisprudence First Amendment Opportunism The Dance of Theory The Invisible Hand of the Marketplace of Ideas The Censorship of Television The Future of Free Speech Epilogue List of Contributors Index.
Summary While freedom of speech has been guaranteed us for centuries, the First Amendment as we know it today is largely a creation of the past eighty years. Eternally Vigilant brings together a group of distinguished legal scholars to reflect boldly on its past, its present shape, and what forms our understanding of it might take in the future. The result is a unique volume spanning the entire spectrum of First Amendment issues, from its philosophical underpinnings to specific issues like campaign regulation, obscenity, and the new media. "With group efforts, such as this collection of essays, it is almost inevitable that there will be a couple--and often several--duds among the bunch, or at least a dismaying repetition of ideas. Such is not the case here. . . . Whether one agrees with a given author or not (and it is possible to do both with any of the essays), each has something to add. Overall, Eternally Vigilant is a thoughtful and thought-provoking book, consistently intelligent and, at times, brilliant."--Richard J. Mollot, New York Law Journal Contributors: Lillian R. BeVier Vincent Blasi Lee C. Bollinger Stanley Fish Owen M. Fiss R. Kent Greenawalt Richard A. Posner Robert C. Post Frederick Schauer Geoffrey R. Stone David A. Strauss Cass R. Sunstein.