Half title free speech and its relation to self government p i by the same author p ii free speech and its relation to self government pp iii iv pp v vi contents pp vii viii foreword pp ix xiv half title free speech and its relation to self government pp xv xvi chapter ithe rulers and the ruled pp 1 27. To courageous self reliant men with confidence in the power of free and fearless reasoning applied through the processes of popular government there was nothing to fear from the discord and instability that could result from speech. Meiklejohn alexander free speech and its relation to self government new york harper brothers publishers 1948 xiv 107 pp reprinted 2001 2012 by the lawbook exchange ltd isbn 13 9781584770879 isbn 10 1584770872 hardcover new 5995 reprint of the sole edition dr meiklejohn in a book which greatly needed writing has thought through anew the foundations and structure of our . He reexamines the fundamental principles of justice holmes theory of free speech and finds it wanting because as he views it under the holmes doctrine speech is not free enough free speech and its relation to self government free speech and its relation to self government alexander meiklejohn no preview available 2014 common . Free speech in its relation to self government by alexander meiklejohn harper and brothers new york n y 1948 pp xiv 107 200 it is always most interesting to watch a first class teacher in action
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