Holmes, Oliver Wendell,Collins, Ronald K. L. (2010) The fundamental Holmes :a free speech chronicle and reader : selections from the opinions, books, articles, speeches, letters, and other writings by and about Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. Cambridge [U.K.] ; Cambridge University Press,MLA Citation
Holmes, Oliver Wendell,Collins, Ronald K. L.The Fundamental Holmes: A Free Speech Chronicle And Reader : Selections From The Opinions, Books, Articles, Speeches, Letters, And Other Writings By And About Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.. Cambridge [U.K.] : Cambridge University Press, 2010. Print.
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The fundamental Holmes : a free speech chronicle and reader : selections from the opinions, books, articles, speeches, letters, and other writings by and about Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. /
edited with essays, notes, and comments by Ronald K.L. Collins.
|Main Author:||Holmes, Oliver Wendell|
|Other Names:||Collins, Ronald K. L.|
|Published:||Cambridge [U.K.] ; Cambridge University Press, 2010.|
|Topics:||Law - United States. | Freedom of expression - United States. | Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1841-1935.|
|Uniform Title:||Selections. 2010|
|Main Author:||Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1841-1935.|
|Physical Description:||xxv, 417 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
|Includes:||Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Summary:||"This is the first anthology of Oliver Wendell Holmes's writings, speeches, and opinions concerning freedom of expression"--Provided by publisher.
"No figure stands taller in the world of First Amendment law than Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. This is the first anthology of Justice Holmes's writings, speeches, and opinions concerning freedom of expression. Prepared by a noted free speech scholar, the book contains eight original essays designed to situate Holmes's works in historical and biographical context. The volume is enriched by extensive commentaries concerning its many entries, which consist of letters, speeches, book excerpts, articles, state court opinions, and U.S. Supreme Court opinions. The edited materials - spanning Holmes's 1861-1864 service in the Civil War to his 1931 radio address to the nation - offer a unique view of the thoughts of the father of the modern First Amendment. The book's epilogue, which includes a major discovery about Holmes's impact on American statutory law, explores Holmes's free speech legacy. In the process, the reader comes to know Holmes and his jurisprudence of free speech as never before"--Provided by publisher.