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Civil liberties / Noël Merino, book editor
Production, publication, distribution, manufacture, copyright Farmington Hills, MI : Greenhaven Press, [2013]
book jacket
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 SOE Curriuclum Lab, Rm 267  CL 342.7308 CIV    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Civil rights -- United States -- Juvenile literature
Physical Description 250 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Ch. 1. Should limits be placed on freedom of expression? Hate speech should be criminalized / Joyce Arthur -- Censorship as "tolerance" / Jacob Mchangama -- Citizens United and the battle for free speech in America / Steve Simpson -- The First Amendment does not protect corporate spending on political speech / Jeffrey D. Clements -- Freedom of speech can't be unlimited / Yasmin Alibhai-Brown -- Attempts to limit free speech online can lead to repressive solutions / Wendy Kaminer -- Ch. 2. Does the First Amendment require separation of church and state? The First Amendment requires separation of church and state / Garrett Epps -- The First Amendment protects religious expression unless it is coercive / Antony Barone Kolenc -- Schools must protect students from religious indoctrination while allowing religious expression / Martha McCarthy -- Schools should teach about religion / Jeff Passe and Lara Willox -- Anti-religious speech police in America / Newt Gingrich -- Government neutrality on religion is not antireligion / David Niose -- Ch. 3. Is the right to due process in danger? The military should be allowed to detain noncitizen terrorist suspects / Charles D. Stimson -- The military should not be allowed indefinite detention of terrorist suspects / Glenn Greenwald -- Illegal aliens are granted excessive due process rights / W.D. Reasoner -- Lawless courts / Jacqueline Stevens -- Ch. 4. Is the right to privacy in jeopardy? All hail Samuel Alito, privacy champion extraordinaire! / Jeffrey Rosen -- The Supreme Court's recent decision in the privacy case US v. Jones does not go far enough / John W. Whitehead -- Security requires that civil liberties, including privacy, not be absolute / Elise Cooper -- Surveillance can't make us secure / Julian Sanchez -- New legislation is needed to protect privacy on the Internet / The Obama Administration -- New legislation is not needed to protect privacy on the Internet / John Stephenson
Series Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
SOE Curriculum Lab
Alternate Author Merino, Noël, editor of compilation

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