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The right's First Amendment : the politics of free speech and the return of conservative libertarianism

Author: Wayne Batchis
Publisher: Stanford, California : Stanford Law Books, [2016] ©2016
Series: Stanford studies in law and politics.
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"Not so long ago, being aggressively "pro-free speech" was as closely associated with American political liberalism. But with little notice, this political dynamic has been shaken to the core. The Right's First Amendment examines how conservatives came to adopt, and co-opt, constitutional expressive rights. Free speech on college campuses in the 1960s was seen as a guarantee for social agitators and hippies--but  Read more...
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Batchis, Wayne, 1974-
Right's First Amendment
(DLC) 2015033514
(OCoLC)920551966
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Wayne Batchis
ISBN: 9780804798013 080479801X
OCLC Number: 939553525
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Introduction : the right's First Amendment --
Conservatism, the First Amendment, and National Review --
The political science of judicial decision making --
Political correctness and the rise of the conservative victim --
The courts and the political correctness indictment --
The rise of free-market conservatism --
Commercial speech in the modern era --
Citizens United and the paradox of associational speech.
Series Title: Stanford studies in law and politics.
Responsibility: Wayne Batchis.

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"Not so long ago, being aggressively "pro-free speech" was as closely associated with American political liberalism. But with little notice, this political dynamic has been shaken to the core. The Right's First Amendment examines how conservatives came to adopt, and co-opt, constitutional expressive rights. Free speech on college campuses in the 1960s was seen as a guarantee for social agitators and hippies--but today, for many conservatives, it represents instead a crucial shield protecting unfashionable traditionalists from a perceived scourge of political correctness and liberal oversensitivity. Does this shift represent a genuine and principled change in conservative philosophy, or merely a results-oriented strategy? What do these changes mean for the future of First Amendment interpretation? Wayne Batchis explores these questions by surveying six decades of the conservative publication National Review. Presented alongside evolving constitutional law, Batchis reveals how this keystone of American civics now carries a much more complex and nuanced political identity."--Back cover.

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