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Major General A.E. Burnside and the first amendment : a case study of Civil War freedom of expression.

Author: Craig Davidson Tenney
Publisher: 1977.
Dissertation: Thesis--Indiana University.
Edition/Format:   Thesis/dissertation : Thesis/dissertation : Biography : Manuscript   Archival Material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Most serious first amendment study goes back only to twentieth century cases, ignoring these much earlier, and in some ways equally important, instances of mid-nineteenth century grappling with the first amendment. This work attempts to rectify these oversights. It is a case study of the suppression of the Chicago Times in June of 1863 -- only one of several cases of newspaper suppression during the Civil War"--P.  Read more...
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Named Person: Ambrose Everett Burnside; Wilbur F Storey; Clement L Vallandigham
Material Type: Biography, Thesis/dissertation, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Craig Davidson Tenney
OCLC Number: 6632401
Notes: Vita.
Reproduction Notes: Photocopy of typescript. Ann Arbor : University Microfilms, 1978. 21 cm.
Description: xiii, 270 leaves.
Contents: Sect. 1. Political and social settings. Historical background --
The rise of Copperheadism and resulting first amendment problems --
sect. 2. The principals : Burnside and Storey. Wilbur F. Storey and the road to suppression --
Burnside through Fredericksburg --
Burnside in the Department of the Ohio, March-April 1863 --
sect. 3. The Vallandigham case. The Vallandigham arrest and trial --
The aftermath of Vallandigham, May, 1863 --
sect. 4. The case of the Chicago Times. An order rescinded --
Publication resumed and the aftermath.

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"Most serious first amendment study goes back only to twentieth century cases, ignoring these much earlier, and in some ways equally important, instances of mid-nineteenth century grappling with the first amendment. This work attempts to rectify these oversights. It is a case study of the suppression of the Chicago Times in June of 1863 -- only one of several cases of newspaper suppression during the Civil War"--P. iii.

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