9 Free Speech Y.B. iii (1969-1970)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS


EDITOR'S COMMENTS ........             ..................       iv
        Acknowledgments
        Call for papers
        Free Speech, the Committee's newsletter

INTRODUCTION
        Donald C. Bryant ..........    .................  v


WHY TEACH FREEDOM OF SPEECH?
        Franklyn S. Haiman .......  .................

OUTLINE FOR CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS IN FREEDOM OF SPEECH
        Franklyn S. Haiman .......  ................     5

SYLLABUS FOR THE SOCIAL INFLUENCE OF SPEECH
        Richard L. ohannesen ...... ...............      7

SYLLABUS FOR INTELLECTUAL FREEDOM AND CENSORSHIP
        Kenneth F. Kister ....... .................      11

SYLLABUS FOR FREEDOM AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF SPEECH
        David M. Hunsaker .......  ................      28

THE EFFECTS OF VARIOUS METHODS OF TEACHING ABOUT FREEDOM
OF SPEECH ON ATTITUDES ABOUT FREE SPEECH ISSUES
        Charles M. Rossiter, Jr ...... ...............     44

A FREEDOM OF SPEECH SURVEY OF STUDENT OPINION IN A BASIC
SPEECH COURSE
        Wilbur I. Osborne and William I. Gorden .. ........   52

LONG-HAIRS, HARD HATS, HARD HEADS, AND FUZZY THINKING
        Anita Shmukler ........ ..................      63

ON FOOLING THE PEOPLE, WHETHER SOME, MOST OR ALL OF THE
TIME: AN EXAMINATION OF THE PEOPLE'S RIGHT TO KNOW
        W. Barnett Pearce ...... ................             69

HAIRCUTS AND SCHOOL EXPULSIONS
        Daniel H. Pollitt ....... .................      82

THE FIRST AMENDMENT IN THE LAST YEAR: A REVIEW OF CASES AND
TRENDS
        Robert M. O'Neil ....... .................       95

FREEDOM OF SPEECH BIBLIOGRAPHY: JULY 1969--JUNE 1970
        Haig A. Bosmajian .......  ................    104

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