Free speech handbook : a practical framework for understanding our free speech protections

Title
Free speech handbook : a practical framework for understanding our free speech protections

Author
Rosenberg, Ian, author.

ISBN
9781250619754

Edition
First edition.

Physical Description
266 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 24 cm.

Series
World citizen comics.

General Note
This book is a graphic novel adaptation of The Fight for Free Speech: Ten Cases That Define Our First Amendment Freedoms, which was published in 2021 by NYU Press.

Contents
The women's march and the marketplace of ideas -- Take a knee and the Pledge of Allegiance -- Libel, actual malice, and the Civil Rights Movement -- The student speech from the Vietnam War to the National School Walkout -- Stormy Daniels, Prior Restraints, and the Pentagon Papers -- Flipping off the President and fuck the draft -- Samantha Bee, Seven dirty words, and Indecency -- Saturday Night Live, Hustler, and the Power of Parody -- Nazis in Charlottesville, Funeral protests, and speakers we hate -- Social media, Public parks, and the "Vast Democratic Forums of the Internet."

Corporate Subject
United States. Constitution. 1st Amendment -- Comic books, strips, etc.

Title Subject
Constitution of the United States -- Comic books, strips, etc.

Subject Term
Freedom of speech -- United States -- Comic books, strips, etc.

Genre
Graphic novels.
 
Nonfiction comics.
 
Educational comics.
 
Comics (Graphic works)
 
Graphic novel adaptations.

Added Author
Cavallaro, Michael, 1969-
 
Siegel, Mark, 1967-
 
Reed, M. K.,
 
Rosenbaum, S. I.,
 
Benshoff, Kirk,
 
Lee, Sunny,
 
Morales, Madeline,

Added Corporate Author
First Second (Firm)

Summary
"In this volume of the World Citizen Comics series, Ian Rosenberg and Mike Cavallaro create a practical framework for appreciating where our free speech protections have come from and how they may develop in the future. Freedom of speech is fiercely defended in America and has been since the First Amendment was written. But how does it work, and what laws shape it? Drawing on parallels between ten seminal Supreme Court cases and current events, Free Speech Handbook lays out the fundamentals of First Amendment law in an accessible and engaging way."--Amazon.com


LibraryCall NumberStatus
Oakdale LibraryGRAPHIC 323.443 ROSGraphic Novels Nonfiction
R.H. Stafford Library (Woodbury)GRAPHIC 323.443 ROSGraphic Novels Nonfiction