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Chapter I


History and Social Intelligence.

Chafee, Zecharia Jr. Freedom of Speech. N. Y. 1920.
Channing, E. History of the United States. Vol. IV.

Commons, John R.
Cooley, T. M.

The Legal Foundations of Capitalism.
Constitutional Limitations. 5th ed.

Dicey, A. V. The Law of the Constitution. 8th ed.

Freund, Ernst.
Holcombe, A. N.

N. Y. 1923.

Police Power.

Chicago. 1904.

N. Y. 1926.

N. Y. 1922.

N. Y. 1924.

Boston. 1883.

London. 1915.

The Foundations of the Modern Commonwealth.

Hunter, Robert.

Violence and the Labor Movement.

N. Y. 1914.

Kent, James. Commentaries on American Law. N. Y. 1826.
MacDonald, W. Select Documents Illustrative of the History of

the United States. N. Y. 1898.

McMaster, J. B. History of the People of the United States.
Vol. II. N. Y. 1885.

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History of the United States. Vol. VIII. N. Y. 1919.

Schlesinger, A. M. New Viewpoints in American History. N. Y. 1922.

Warfield, E. D.

Williams, A. B.

The Kentucky Resolutions of 1798. N. Y. 1887.

When Real Bolshevism Was Here in 1793-96. N. Y.

Times. October 12, 1919.


Bikle, H. W. The Jurisdiction of the United States Over

Seditious Libel. Am. L. Reg. n.s. 41:1 (1902).

Bikle, H. W. Restrictions on the Freedom of the Press.

Harvard Law Rev. 16:55 (1902).

Edwards, P. L. Free Speech and Press in Relation to the

Police Power of the State. Cent. L. J. 58:383 (1904). Edwards, P. L. Freedom of Speech and of the Press. Univ. of Penna. Law Rev. 65:170 (1916).

Brooks, John Graham.

Freedom of Assemblage and Public Secur

ity. Pub. Am. Soc. Society. 9:11-28 (1914).

Eliel, Richard H. Freedom of Speech During and Since the

Civil War. Am. Pol. Sci. Rev. November, 1924.

Frank, Glenn. The American Revolution 1776-1920. Century.
July, 1920.


Grasty, Charles H.

Of the Press.

Reasonable Restrictions Upon the Freedom

Pub. Am. Soc. Society. 9:117-123 (1914).

Gregory, Stephen S. The Courts and Free Speech. Ill. Law

Rev. 8:3 October, 1913.

Long, Joseph R.

The Freedom of the Press. Va. Law Rev. 5:225.


Pritchett, Henry.

Reasonable Restrictions Upon the Scholar's

Freedom. Pub. Am. Soc. Society. 9:150-159. (1914).

Putnam, George Haven. The Growth of the Censorship Idea.

Independent. 110:334-335. May 26, 1923.

Reynolds, James Bronson. Reasonable Restrictions Upon Freedom

of Speech. Pub. Am. Soc. Society. 9:46-59. (1914).

Ross, E. A. Freedom of Communication and the Struggle for Right.

Pub. Am. Soc. Society. 9:1-10. (1914).

Schofield, Henry. The Freedom of the Press in the United

States. Pub. Am. Soc. Society. 9:67-116. (1914).

Schroeder, Theodore. Political Crimes Defined. Mich. Law

Rev. 18:30. (1919).

Schroeder, Theodore. A Psychologic Study of Judicial Opinions Cal. Law Rev. 6:89. (1918).

Woods, Arthur. Reasonable Restrictions Upon Freedom of Assemblage. Pub. Am. Soc. Society. 9:29-35. (1914).

Chapter II


Chafee, Zecharia Jr. Freedom of Speech. N. Y. 1920.

Nearing, Scott. The Great Madness: A Victory for the American

Plutocracy. N. Y. 1917.

Report of the Attorney General of the United States. (1918). Thomas, Norman. The Conscientious Objector in America. N. Y.


Periodicals and Pamphlets

American Civil Liberties Union. The Truth About the I. W. W.

Prisoners. N. Y. April, 1922.

Bliven, Bruce.

Free Speech, But ----Į New Republic. 30:160

162. April 5, 1922.

Carroll, Thomas F.

Freedom of Speech and Press in War Time.

Mich. Law Rev. 17:627. (1919).

Chafee, Zecharia Jr. Free Speech in War Time. Senate Doc.

No. 95, 66th Congress, 1st session.

Hard, William. Mr. Burleson, Espionagent.

19:42. May 10, 1919.

New Republic.

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