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Chevigny builds his case without relying on the individualist assumptions of Anglo-American political thought, and in doing so, offers unusually interesting and persuasive arguments. This is a book that should be read by all sides of the various free speech debates.

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He makes a case for maximum freedom of expression on the part of individuals and for a corresponding sharing of information on the part of governments, seeing this "dialogue" as a basic right.

His 1988 book, More Speech: Dialogue Rights and Modern Liberty, was widely acclaimed. Professor Chevigny's Clinic in International Human Rights has become a popular selection at the Law School. And his book, Gigs: Jazz and the Cabaret Laws in New York City, analyzes the use of local regulations to control the popular arts. Along the way, he has also written articles on topics ranging from anti-trust laws to begging and the first amendment. He still enjoys, however, the basic course in Criminal Law, which he teaches first year students.

Paul Graves Chevigny, American law educator. More Speech: Dialogue Rights and Modern Liberty by Paul Chevigny (1987-12-15). Bar: New York 1961, United States District Court Southern District New York 1963, United States Court Appeals 5th Circuit 1964, United States Court Appeals 2nd Circuit 1969, United States Supreme Court 1972. No other book has show so convincingly the full range of abuses created by the methods used by the police in dealing with the problems of modern society, particularly as these methods apply to fringe groups, the hippies, addicts, radical activists, protesters, Negroes, Puerto Ricans and other minorities.

Although he addresses broader questions than the specific meaning of the first amendment, Paul Chevigny's More Speech: Dialogue Rights and Modern Liberty (1988) also offers a general speech theory that is related to the Anglo-American legalism which enve-lopes first amendment discourse.

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Many contemporary states have a constitution, a bill of rights, or similar constitutional documents that . The Constitution of the Russian Federation guarantees in theory many of the same rights and civil liberties as the . except to bear arms, .

Many contemporary states have a constitution, a bill of rights, or similar constitutional documents that enumerate and seek to guarantee civil liberties.

Drawing on modern philosophy of language and on cognitive psychology, this title constructs an argument for free speech and related procedural rights. It makes a case for maximum freedom of expression on the part of individuals and for a corresponding sharing of information on the part of governments, seeing this 'dialogue' as a basic right.
More Speech: Dialogue Rights and Modern Liberty download epub
Constitutional Law
Author: Paul Chevigny
ISBN: 0877225141
Category: Law
Subcategory: Constitutional Law
Language: English
Publisher: Temple University Press (December 15, 1987)
Pages: 228 pages