The right to a free expression of ideas, without interference from governmental authorities, is inherent in the very nature of a democracy. On the other hand, it is also clear that the greater interests of the state at large will conflict with certain forms of expression, and in such circumstances obviously the former must prevail. It is the purpose of this comment to discuss the constitutional limitations on the governmental suppression of literature on grounds of obscenity.
Donald M. Wilkinson, Jr. S.Ed.,
Constitutional Law - Censorship of Obscence Literature,
Mich. L. Rev.
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