Freedom of the press from Zenger to Jefferson; early American libertarian theories. Edited by Leonard W. Levy.


Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill Company [1966] .

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Subjects Freedom of the press -- United States.
Freedom of the press.
Persvrijheid.
United States.
Series American heritage series (New York, N.Y.) ; 41.
Description lxxxiii, 409 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1966]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Part One. The Formative Period: "Cato" and Zenger. Ben Franklin's credo for colonial printers -- Zenger's journal presents "Cato" -- Zenger's journal theorizes on freedom of the press -- Andrew Bradford distinguishes liberty from licentiousness -- Andrew Hamilton defends Zenger -- James Alexander draws a lesson from history -- William Livingston presents a libertarian view -- Part Two. The Revolutionary Period: Patriots and Blackstonians. William Bollan writes a book -- A patriot newspaper describes the duties of a free press -- Jurists explain the common law -- The McDougall case as a libertarian cause -- Part Three. The Constitutional Period: Neo-Blackstonians. -- Part Four. The New Libertarianism. -- Part Five. The Special Case of Thomas Jefferson. The Jefferson of the Jefferson Image -- Suppression and state's rights -- Jefferson in retirement -- Part Six. Epilogue. Zenger Redivivus.
Genre History.
Sources.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)575392
(OCoLC)ocm00575392
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Levy, Leonard W. 1923-2006,
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