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"... for which it stands"
Call Number: VIDEO 342.73085 F74c
Describes the Texas flag-burning case of 1989 and the emotional, political, and legal aspects of this First Amendment issue.
Fear and favor in the newsroom
Call Number: VIDEO 323.445 F31s
Examines the need to protect freedom of the press and investigative journalism in the United States when newspapers and television stations are owned and influenced by large corporations hostile to media exposure. Examines case studies of investigative journalists who have been dismissed or forced to resign because of "too aggressive" journalistic practices and cases of censorship mandated by television and print media management.
Books at Oesterle Library
A worthy tradition : freedom of speech in America
Call Number: 342.730853 K12w
American voices : prize-winning essays on freedom of speech, censorship, and advertising bans.
Call Number: 323.445 Am3
Censorship, Inc. : the corporate threat to free speech in the United States
Call Number: 323.443 So4c
Call Number: 342.730853 F87b
Freedom of speech in the United States
Call Number: 342.730853 T22f
Should there be limits to free speech?
Call Number: 342.73 Sh8e