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First Amendment Liberties and the Committee on Public Information Author s   Stephen Vaughn Source  The American Journal o...
First Amendment Liberties and the Committee on Public Information  by STEPHEN VAUGHN   It sometimes has been said that dur...
96 THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF LEGAL HISTORY Vol. XXIII  functions of censorship and publicity.2 During the war the CPI bec  t...
1979 FIRST AMENDMENT LIBERTIES 97  censorship that had marked the activitie the months before American entry into frequent...
98 THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF LEGAL HISTORY Vol. XXIII  nothing less than a call for social revolution.6 His interest in re g...
1979 FIRST AMENDMENT LIBERTIES 99  States, he noted that the plethora of A means of communication made any such  optimisti...
100 THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF LEGAL HISTORY Vol. XXIII  democracy in those countries. 2 Censorship in Britain, he he done pr...
1979 FIRST AMENDMENT LIBERTIES 101  It is interesting that in late March, 1917  United States government was about rea  Bu...
102 THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF LEGAL HISTORY Vol. XXIII  street something wholesome to think about.  A publicity departm  wou...
1979 FIRST AMENDMENT LIBERTIES 103  phlets,  How the War Came to America. 28  to Russia where he became an important count...
104 THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF LEGAL HISTORY Vol. XXIII  fense. Daniels spoke with the President about censorship on April by...
1979 FIRST AMENDMENT LIBERTIES 105  two men. The Secretary was considerably m  than the CPI s chairman.34  As for the appo...
106 THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF LEGAL HISTORY Vol. XXIII  war, he believed that many of America s objectives could be obtaine ...
1979 FIRST AMENDMENT LIBERTIES 107  ment in the way news was gathered and distri difficulty in  hard-and-fast rules,  admi...
108 THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF LEGAL HISTORY Vol. XXIII  were on trial. The statement attempted to end on a positive note, th...
1979 FIRST AMENDMENT LIBERTIES 109  ing, aims, ideals and ambitions. News itsel  definition. 46 Creel thus placed his hope...
110 THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF LEGAL HISTORY Vol. XXIII  the support and close cooperation he enjoyed with Military and Naval...
1979 FIRST AMENDMENT LIBERTIES 111  a judgment was made that public safety r tween the United States and foreign coun cens...
112 THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF LEGAL HISTORY Vol. XXIII  agreed that all magazines in the United States must submit article t...
1979 FIRST AMENDMENT LIBERTIES 113  as Motor Age and Air Service Journal. Th  and naval textbooks might give valuabl  and ...
114 THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF LEGAL HISTORY Vol. XXIII fensive material, to the apparent satisfaction of the Canadian censor...
1979 FIRST AMENDMENT LIBERTIES 115  By putting together bits and pieces of C  is possible to see consistency between his p...
116 THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF LEGAL HISTORY Vol. XXIII  suspension of free discussion during the war, came from interestin s...
1979 FIRST AMENDMENT LIBERTIES 117  dent s Control of Foreign Relations  1917 .7 pretation later given to the First Amendm...
118 THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF LEGAL HISTORY Vol. XXIII  Corwin was one of the editors of the CPI s  War Cyclope a pamphlet w...
1979 FIRST AMENDMENT LIBERTIES 119  went beyond the war. Defending his positio   amid the uncomplicated conditions of fron...