Freedom of Speech for Libraries and Librarians85 Law Library Journal 71-79 (1993)
AbstractNoting the recent bicentennial of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, Professor Smolla considers the role of librarians in opposing censorship. He proposes a new principle of "professionalism" to establish the librarian's role, and discusses the principle in light of the Supreme Court's decision in Board of Education v. Pico.
Citation InformationRodney A. Smolla. "Freedom of Speech for Libraries and Librarians" 85 Law Library Journal 71-79 (1993) (1993)
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