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Constitutional Law: Freedom of Expression: Constitutionality of Local Ordinance Prohibiting Distribution and Sale of "Crime Comic" Books

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Title

Constitutional Law: Freedom of Expression: Constitutionality of Local Ordinance Prohibiting Distribution and Sale of "Crime Comic" Books

Subject

Journal Articles

Description

Discusses whether or not comics have constitutional protection. The vagueness in criteria for determining what qualifies as a danger to society is noted.

Creator

Lamm, Richard (writer)

Source

California Law Review

Publisher

http://www.jstor.org/stable/3478825

Date

March 1960

Rights

JSTOR

Format

PDF

Type

Journal Article

Bibliographic Citation

Lamm, Richard. "Constitutional Law: Freedom of Expression: Constitutionality of Local Ordinance Prohiiting Distribution and Sale of 'Crime Comic' Books." California Law Review, vol. 48, no .1, 1960: 141-151. JSTOR. Web. 12 May 2015.

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Lamm - Constitutionality of Local Ordinance Prohibiting Distribution and Sale of Crime Comic Books.pdf

Citation

Lamm, Richard (writer), “Constitutional Law: Freedom of Expression: Constitutionality of Local Ordinance Prohibiting Distribution and Sale of "Crime Comic" Books,” A Crisis of Innocence, accessed August 9, 2022, http://crisisofinnocence.library.ryerson.ca/index.php/items/show/181.

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