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Violence As Obscenity: Limiting the Media’s First Amendment Protection (Constitutional Conflicts) Paperback – April 15, 1996

ISBN-13: 978-0822317678 ISBN-10: 0822317672

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Violence as Obscenity is a strong and provocative argument about a topic of major importance, buttressed with thorough doctrinal analysis, exhaustive historical background, and appropriate connections with a number of important arguments in the existing First Amendment literature.”—Frederick Schauer, Harvard University

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Kevin W. Saunders is Professor of Law at the University of Oklahoma.

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