CONIILINE - Professor Stern Fall 2009 ASSIGNMENTS IN...

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Professor Stern Fall 2009 ASSIGNMENTS IN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW II from Stone, Seidman, Sunstein, Tushnet and Karlan (5th ed.) and 2008 supplement Freedom of Expression Content based restrictions: Dangerous Ideas and Information o Shaffer v. US Court upheld a conviction based on mailing a book that contained anti patriotic messages bc its purpose was to weaken enlistment during war time (WWI) o Masses Publishing v. Patten o Govt. cannot refuse to permit use of the mails by magazines that criticize public policy The Espionage act only prohibits direct advocacy or actual incitement of resistance Masses had only engaged in criticing the govt and had not made any false statements Reversed on appeal o Schenck v. US o Frohwerk o Debs o Abrams o Gitlow o Whitney o Brandenburg o Pruneyard o Roberts v. Jaycees o Boyscouts v. Dale o Overbreadth, Vagueness o Gooding v. Wilson o Other Means of Expression, the right not to speak o Rankin v. McPherson o Elrod v. Burns o Garcetti o Abood o Mt. Healthy
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2010 for the course LAW LAW5502 taught by Professor Stern during the Spring '10 term at Florida State College.

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CONIILINE - Professor Stern Fall 2009 ASSIGNMENTS IN...

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