United States of America V. Robert J. Stevens; International Society for Animal Rights, Amicus Curiae in Support of the Government

It has been said that the enshrinement of free speech and press in the First Amendment gives those civil liberties a “preferred position” in the constitutional pantheon because they make possible all other rights of Americans. Not often do constitutional rights of free speech, press or religion clash in the Supreme Court of the United States with those of animal rights... More

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About Henry Mark Holzer

HENRY MARK HOLZER
Professor Emeritus, Brooklyn Law School
Chairman, International Society for Animal Rights

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