The Constitution and the Flag: The flag salute cases

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Michael Kent Curtis
Taylor & Francis, 1993 - Law - 344 pages
First Published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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Contents

David T Prosser
1
The Meaning of Symbolic Speech Under the First Amendment
57
Washington
91
Senate Report Judiciary Committee No 101152
101
A Case Study in the Roles of Categorization
110
Johnson
137
Lackland H Bloom Jr
181
Freedom of Speech When
197
Statement of Geoffrey R Stone Harry Kalven Jr Professor
361
Statement of Professor Michael E Parrish Before Senate
377
Statement of the American Legion 1608 K Street N W
391
Senate Report No 101152 4 30
432
Sectionbysection analysis 16 16
445
Reflections on the Constitutionality
457
When Is a Flag Desecrated?
473
An Historical Political
483

On Constitutional Iconography
209
An Essay on the Constitution
237
Pure Symbols and the First Amendment
253
Flag Burning as Speech
267
of Legal Counsel United States Department of Justice Before
305
American Enterprise Institute
331
The Constitution Need
583
INTRODUCTION
584
doxy
593
Douglas W Kmiec 583
645
Acknowledgments 683
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