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The First Amendment and the Future of American Democracy

by Walter Berns

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1437 The First Amendment and the Future of American Democracy, by Walter Berns (read 10 Mar 1977) I found this a very thought-provoking book, raising questions which the author answers in ways which resonated with me at the time I read this. He was more questioning about the then direction of the Supreme Court's cases than I today am of that direction, what with a rightward tilt in the Court now which was not as evident at the time the book was written. ( )
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A sharp, in-depth analysis of the First Amendment offering a unique interpretation of our basic freedoms and liberties.

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