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Religion and the Constitution: Cases and Materials
(West Group, 1999-10)
Presents in clear form the Supreme Court's reasoning with little editing. In that way the students themselves can discover the reasoning process that justified the result in the case. A key feature is the focused Questions ...
A book review of Burning the Flag by Robert Justin Goldstein.
Criminal Speech: Should Free Trade in Ideas Be Absolute?
This article explains the place of freedom of speech in the United States criminal justice system. Communication is required in the commission of crimes like bribery and kidnapping. The United States Supreme Court distinguished ...
The First Amendment Cases and Materials
(West Academic Publishing, 1999)
Provides students with an informed understanding of the significant issues surrounding the First Amendment, and how these issues affect the thought processes of courts. Discusses the most important cases, all accompanied ...
A Criminal Law Anthology
(Anderson Publishing Company, 1997)
Through the use of selected United States Supreme Court cases and scholarly literature in the field, students will be guided step by step through the development of criminal law.
Rethinking Free Exercise of Religion after Smith and Boerne: Charting a Middle Course
In this article, Professor Arnold H. Loewy discusses the Free Exercise Clause analysis used by the Supreme Court in Reynolds v. United States, Employment Division v. Smith, and City of Boerne v. Flores and contrasts it ...
Freedom of Speech as a Product of Democracy
In this article, Professor Arnold H. Loewy advocates for a broad interpretation of the First Amendment right to freedom of speech under the argument that free speech is a product of a democratic society. He discusses various ...
Obscenity, Pornography, and First Amendment Theory
(William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal, 1993)
The urge to punish those who disseminate sexually explicit material is overwhelming. To illustrate, in the Sable Communications case, the Supreme Court was faced with a congressional statute forbidding the interstate ...
Distinguishing Speech from Conduct
In this article, Professor Loewy walks readers through the history of unprotected verbal speech and protected symbolic speech under Supreme Court rulings on the First Amendment. He first discusses the different classifications ...
A Tribute to Laura Webster
(Mercer Law Review, 1994)
Professor Arnold H. Loewy dedicates an article in the Mercer Law Review to Laura Webster.