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The Bill of Rights : opposing viewpoints

Author: William Dudley
Publisher: San Diego, CA : Greenhaven Press, 1994.
Series: American history series (San Diego, Calif.)
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book includes opposing essays on freedom of speech, the separation of church and state, national security, the Warren court and the due process revolution, and more.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Dudley
ISBN: 1565100883 9781565100886 1565100875 9781565100879
OCLC Number: 28212213
Description: 311 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Contents: The Constitution needs a bill of rights / Brutus --
The constitution needs no bill of rghts / Alexander Hamilton --
A bill of rights would be ineffectual / James Madison --
A bill of rights would be beneficial / Thomas Jefferson --
The Sedition Act violates the Bill of Rights / George Hay --
The Sedition Act does not violate the Bill of Rights / 5th Congress Majority Report --
Freedom of speech must be protected / Theodore Schroeder --
Freedom of speech must sometimes be limited / Oliver Wendell Holmes --
Political protesters should be guaranteed freedom of speech / Oliver Wendell Holmes --Political protest should be restricted / John H. Wigmore --
Freedom of speech must be curbed for the public good / Edward T. Sanford --
Freedom of speech benefits the public good / Louis Brandeis --
A general religious tax can be consistent with religious freedom / The Presbytery of Hanover --
A general religious tax is detrimental to religious freedom / James Madison --
Mandatory flag salutes are constitutional / Felix Frankfurter --
Mandatory flag salutes violate the First Amendement / Robert H. Jackson --
The First Amendment clearly separates church and state / Hugo Black --
The First Amendment does not absolutely separate church and state / American Roman Catholic Bishops --
School prayers violate the First Amendment / Hugo Black --
School prayers do not violate the First Amendment / Strom Thurmond --
War justifies the restriction of civil liberties / Abraham Lincoln --
War does not always justify the restriction of civil liberties / David Davis --
Interning Japanese-Americans during World War II was justified / Hugo Black --
Interning Japanese-Americans during World War II was not justified / Frank Murphy --
Advocacy of communism is not protected by the Bill of Rights / Fred M. Vinson --
Advocacy of communism should be protected by the Bill of Rights / William O. Douglas --
Due process does not necessarily include all Bill of Rights provisions / Stanley Matthews --
Due process should incorporate all Bill of Rights provisions / John Marshall Harlan --
Due process does not include the right to a lawyer at public expense / Owen J. Roberts --
Due process does include the right to a lawyer at public expense / Hugo Black --
The Bill of Rights implies a right to privacy / William O. Douglas and Arthur Goldberg --
The Bill of Rights does not imply a right to privacy / Hugo Black --
Supreme Court rulings have unfairly hampered the police / Eugene H. Methvin --
Supreme Court rulings have made the police follow the Bill of Rights / William H. Dempsey Jr. --
The Supreme Court has distorted the meaning of the Bill of Rights / Gary L. McDowell --
The Supreme Court has strengthened the Bill of Rights / Kermit L. Hall.
Series Title: American history series (San Diego, Calif.)
Responsibility: William Dudley, book editor.

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This book includes opposing essays on freedom of speech, the separation of church and state, national security, the Warren court and the due process revolution, and more.

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