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CONSTITUTIONAL LAW - MUNICIPAL CONTROL OF PUBLIC STREETS AND PARKS AS AFFECTING FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND ASSEMBLY
It is the purpose of this comment to explore only one small part of the problem: the flight for freedom of speech and assembly as opposed by the municipality's police power to control its streets and parks. Three decisions handed down by the Supreme Court on January 15, 1951, will form the basis for an appraisal of the Supreme Court's present position in this area. However, the full import of these cases cannot be realized without first considering the history of the struggle and how the Court has dealt with it.
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW - MUNICIPAL CONTROL OF PUBLIC STREETS AND PARKS AS AFFECTING FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND ASSEMBLY,
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