Freedom of Speech Hardcover – 11 Aug 2005
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a deeply satisfying first chapter entitled "Why protect free speech?", which should be read by anyone who thinks J. S. Mill said everything that needed to be said on the topic...This admirable volume is a fully revised and updated edition of the major work published in 1985.
It is one of the many virtues of this work that the various aspects of freedom of speech are kept constantly in play...This book should be on the reading list of any student of the ideologies and manners of western liberal democracies. (David Bentley (Associate Fellow in International Law at Chatham House) The World Today)
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Eric Barendt is Goodman Professor of Media Law at University College London.
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Fine but superseded
26 July 2006 - Published on Amazon.com
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This is an impressive study, but it should be allowed to go out of print. Barendt has done a second edition (2005), which supersedes this one.