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Introduction / Stephen L. Wasby -- Part I. New developments in traditional civil liberties -- Minority access to the media : the free market-place dilemma / Francisco J. Lewels -- Television and socialization to violence : policy implications of recent research / Meredith W. Watts -- Television, children, and censorship / Deanna Campbell Robinson -- Faculty rights to bargain collectively / Thomas C. Britton -- The American civil religion and the First Amendment / Raleigh W. Smith, Jr. -- The Supreme Court and church-state policy / Daryl R. Fair -- A new vision of equality : testing the effects of gate-keeping criteria / Donald W. Jackson -- Patterns of differential treatment of minorities / Werner F. Grunbaum -- Part II. New areas of civil liberties policy -- A new Bill of Rights : novel dimensions of liberty and property / Stanley H. Friedelbaum -- The constitutional right to terminate a pregnancy / Marilyn Falik -- The Eighth Amendment : a new frontier of creative constitutional law / Larry C. Berkson -- Informational privacy / Jerome J. Hanus -- The right to know / Richard E. Morgan -- Freedom to travel abroad / Emmet V. Mittlebeeler -- Part III. Civil liberties policy making -- The legal profession and the Supreme Court's sexual equality decisions / Philippa Strum -- Assessing the litigative role of ACLU chapters / Stephen C. Halpern -- Erotica and community standards : the conflicts of elite and democratic values / Richard S. Randall -- Civil liberties in revised state constitutions / Albert L. Sturm and Kaye M. Wright -- The Supreme Court, civil liberties, and the Canadian Bill of Rights / Donald S. Dobkin -- Part IV. Methodology and civil liberties policy -- The applicability of quasi-experimental time-series analysis to judicial policy making / William Lee Eubank -- Comparative rights policy : The state of the art / Richard Pierre Claude.
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