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The Constitution of Electoral Speech LawThe Supreme Court and Freedom of Expression in Campaigns and Elections$
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Brian K. Pinaire

Print publication date: 2008

Print ISBN-13: 9780804757249

Published to Stanford Scholarship Online: June 2013

DOI: 10.11126/stanford/9780804757249.001.0001

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Conclusion A Constitution We Are Expounding

Conclusion A Constitution We Are Expounding

(p.225) Conclusion A Constitution We Are Expounding
The Constitution of Electoral Speech Law
Stanford University Press

This chapter considers the future of electoral speech law in three respects: (a) its evaluation by the justices presently on the Court; (b) its expansion and growth as a domain; and (c) its extension deeper and wider into existing dimensions of speech questions covered throughout this book. Constitutions, of course, err on the side of “great outlines,”, and the chapter considers how the received outlines of the electoral speech “constitution” of today might bear on the electoral expression debates of tomorrow.

Keywords:   electoral speech law, constitution, speech questions, free speech, electoral expression, electoral speech constitution

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