Freedom of Speech and the Press

The course considers the history and contemporary meaning of the First Amendment guarantees of freedom of speech and the press. Emphasizing the real world implications of major Supreme Court decisions, the course examines restrictions on speech and press imposed by national security, libel, injurious speech, and privacy, as well as issues of access to information and government regulation of new media.

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University

Berkeley

Professor

William Turner

Lectures

11 Lectures

University

Berkeley

Professor

William Turner

Lectures

11 Lectures