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The Public Right to Know: Essays from the Public Right to Know Conference
(2003)
  • Patrick Keyzer, University of Technology, Sydney
  • Chris Nash
  • Geoff Holland
Abstract
What is free speech? Why aren't we told about matters of public importance? In this collection lawyers, journalists and commentators probe all sides of a sensitive controversy. They compare repressive and liberal regimes in other regions, and point to alarming surprises at home
Keywords
  • freedom of speech,
  • Australia
Publication Date
2003
Editor
P. Keyzer, C. Nash, & G. Holland
Publisher
Halstead Press
ISBN
1920831134
Publisher Statement
Citation only

Keyzer, P., Nash, C., & Holland, G. (Eds.). (2003). The Public Right to Know: Essays from the Public Right to Know Conference, UTS Law Review, 5. Broadway, New South Wales: Halstead Press

© Copyright Faculty of Law, University of Technology, Sydney, 2003
Citation Information
Patrick Keyzer, Chris Nash and Geoff Holland. The Public Right to Know: Essays from the Public Right to Know Conference. Broadway, New South Wales(2003)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/patrick_keyzer/44/