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1939 The American Library Association adopts the Library's Bill of Rights, the precursor of the present Library Bill of Rights, the profession's basic policy statement on intellectual freedom involving library materials. 1940 The American Library Association establishes the Committee on Intellectual Freedom to Safeguard the Rights of Library Users to Freedom of Inquiry (currently known as the Intellectual Freedom Committee). Its main function has been to recommend policies concerning intellectual freedom as well as to promote the concept to librarians, patrons, and the public at large.
An expansive survey of the First Amendment's history. Hentoff focuses on the vital role it has played in forming the underpinning of American democracy. 21. Konvitz, Milton R. Expanding Liberties; Freedom's Gains in Postwar America. New York: Viking, 1966. A scholarly examination of the growth of individual rights in the areas of religious freedom, freedom of association, academic freedom, and obscene and pornographic publications since World War II. 22. Levy, Leonard W. Freedom of Speech and Press in Early American History; Legacy of Suppression.
1957), Ginzburg v. S. " 5. , Jr. "Guaranteeing Individual Liberty," USA Today. 115:2496 (September 1986) 40-42. " 6. , Donald M. Gillmor, and David L. Grey, editors. Justice Hugo Black and the First Amendment. Des Page 9 Moines: Iowa State University, 1978. The collection of essays analyzes Black's interpretational posture on the Bill of Rights, specifically in the area of communications law. 7. Doctorow, E. L. "A Citizen Reads the Constitution," The Nation. 244:7 (February 21, 1987) 208-217. An adaptation of a talk delivered by the renowned author at Independence Hall in September 1986.