This book is the product of two semesters of academic leave, in the Fall of 1998 and 2005, for which I am grateful to Trinity University. Substantively, it is in (almost) final form but even the most casual reader will notice that it needs extensive editing, mainly of formatting, consistency of style and, to some extent, spelling and grammar. A few cases also need a "headnote" and/or some "Comments and Queries." More importantly, the second half of the text might be reorganized to place greater emphasis on more current issues involving competition between constitutional rights. My syllabus for "Freedom II," offered at Trinity in the Spring of 2006, will test that hypothesis.
Harrison, Frank, "Freedom of Speech and Press: A Casebook for Undergraduates" (2006). Political Science Faculty Research. 1.
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