For those who cannot imagine a time less favorable to a free press than the present moment, Ronald K.L. Collins' essay serves as a useful reminder that some of the biggest threats to the First Amendment took place in the first decade following ratification.
By Professor Stephen D. Solomon, Editor, First Amendment Watch The Constitution had been written and signed by the time that […]
Justice Louis Brandeis articulated the American idea of freedom of speech many decades before the Supreme Court began expanding the […]
Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes built his support for freedom speech atop the sturdy foundation of the marketplace of ideas, supported […]