Brandishing the first amendment commercial expression in america tamara r piety how the first amendment has been aggressively and inappropriately expanded by commercial entities description. The first value thomas emerson thought the first amendment should protect was what he called self fulfillment according to emerson selffulfillment encompassed many concepts that while not synonymous substantially overlap autonomy freedom self expression and selfactualization. These cases and others taken together reflect a distinct trend in the supreme court and elsewhere toward greater protection for commercial speech this trend is the subject my new book brandishing the first amendment commercial expression in america u of michigan press 2012. Brandishing the first amendment commercial expression in america inveighs against these constitutional and political developments tamara r piety details at great and convincing length why the marketplace of ideas in the early twenty first century bears at best a faint family relationship to the marketplace of ideas conceptualized by the . Description over the past two decades corporations and other commercial entities have used strategic litigation to win more expansive first amendment protections for commercial speech from the regulation of advertising to the role corporate interests play in the political process most recently debated in the supreme court case of citizens united v
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