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The Totalitarian Ideological Origins of Hate Speech Regulation
The current efforts created to regulate speech are reminiscent of the speech controls initially instituted within the Soviet and Maoist regimes. The efforts to regulate hate speech have failed to challenge the normative and empirical bases of speech regulation.
The limits of national security.
...Political, Economic, and Military Concerns a. Military ... four bills that came to be known as the Alien and Sedition Acts. (115) The Alien Act authorized ... (reprinting Soviet publication Krokodirs cartoon of an African-American student being stopped by ...
350 U.S. 497 (1956), 10, Pennsylvania v. Nelson
... the enforceability of the Pennsylvania Sedition Act, which proscribes the same conduct. Pp. ...acts presents a serious danger of conflict with the ... United States, although purportedly a political party, is, in fact, an instrumentality of a ... Any writing, publication, printing, cut, cartoon, utterance, or conduct, either individually or in ... ruled that federal statutes compelling alien registration preclude enforcement of state ...
Judging Myopia in Hindsight: Bivens Actions, National Security Decisions, and the Rule of Law
Liability in national security matters hinges on curbing both official myopia and hindsight bias. The Framers knew that officials could be short-sighted, prioritizing expedience over abiding values. Judicial review emerged as an antidote to myopia of this kind. However, the Framers recognized that ubiquitous second-guessing of government decisions would also breed instability. Balancing these...
... about the risks of monolithic political power. In cases barring damage remedies, however, ... regulators’ hindsight bias become alienated from the entire legal regime. 17 They view the ... way the New Yorker in the Saul Steinberg cartoon perceives location. The difference between today ...Most prominently, the Alien and Sedition Acts sought to curb dissent from groups that ...
Freedom of Speech and of The Press
§ 29.1 Observations About First Amendment Doctrine Prior to the Modern Era. § 29.1.1 The Original Natural Law Era. § 29.1.2 The Formalist Era. § 29.1.3 The Holmesian Era. § 29.1.4 The Instrumentalist Era. § 29.2 Introduction to the Structure of Free Speech Doctrine in the Modern Era. § 29.3 Government Regulations of Speech versus Regulations of Conduct or pending on Speech to Which Standard First
..., however, with the passage in 1798 of the Alien and Sedition Acts. Among other things, the on Act criminalized certain forms of politically partisan speech, which the Act termed "sedition." ... caused by publication of a satirical cartoon, have been handled under standard defamation law ...
750 F.2d 970 (D.C. Cir. 1984), 79-2265, Ollman v. Evans
..., Bertell Ollman, is a professor of political science at New York University. . . The ...Ollman's principal work, Alienation: Marx's Conception of Man in Capitalist Society, ... the passage of the notorious Alien and Sedition Acts:. If there be any among us who would wish ... various descriptions had corresponding cartoons. The court concluded that the average reader ...
State vs Federal the nullification movement: because the Supreme Court has for many years "interpreted" the Constitution in a manner to further empower the federal government, states are moving to take power back.
...Government," contains a cartoon version of Ben Franklin explaining how our ... to ensure that the federal government acts only within the boundaries of its defined powers ..."That is simply an incorrect political position based upon the very nature and character ... with the feds because they risk alienating the average voter if their tactics are too ... unconstitutional and shameful Alien and Sedition Acts to silence and intimidate political enemies. ...
The Brandeis gambit: the making of America's 'first freedom,' 1909-1931.
..., wrote, and argued about its social and political functions did their jobs with exceptional grace, ... not let free speech be used to cloak sedition," Woods wrote.(132) Within days, Mayor Mitchell ... to deal with suspected spies, pro-German aliens, and "slackers"(149) with greater harshness.(150) ...."(201) Patten had objected to a few cartoons and passages of text, including a poem dedicated ..." the "tendency" of speech to cause forbidden acts, and the "little breath" that might "kindle a ...
The new McCarthyism.
... looking at the wall," which contained political posters from the Bush counter-inaugural, a "Free ... are firing anti-war columnists and cartoonists. University presidents are scolding dissident ...just as guilty of committing own violent acts." In it, he said that the terrorist attacks of ...We've been here before. From the Alien and Sedition Acts to Lincoln's suspension of ...
Paul Robeson and the black press: the 1950 passport controversy.
... took its toll on him professionally, politically, and personally. . The scene in the St. Nicholas ... individual, Robeson had by 1950 already alienated various associates by his refusal to compromise. ..., in signed columns, and in political cartoons, but also in the decision whether to run a story, ... He accused black newspaper publishers of sedition, threatened prosecution, and forced them to agree ...The State Department acts like a child in recalling the passport of Paul ...
The First Amendment comes of age: the emergence of free speech in twentieth-century America.
... powerful members from the circles of political and economic orthodoxy - alarms have been ... of innate subjectivity as a source of alienation and skepticism, a basis for recoiling from ... of court for publishing articles and a cartoon impugning the motives of judges of the Supreme ... or lead to other socially injurious acts. Under this conception, most free speech cases, ... in a series of Espionage Act and Sedition Act cases, beginning with Schenck v. United ...