This book includes papers focusing on Justice William O. Douglas inquiry into fundamental freedoms, freedom and law enforcement, freedom and governmental expenditures to advance the common good, and freedom and duty of government to control private power.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Fundamental Freedoms: Areas of Human Behavior and Personality Immune from Governmental Control 1. Freedom of Information and Privacy 2. Protection of the Individual against Himself 3. Freedom of Inquiry in the Sciences Part 2: Freedom and Law Enforcement 4. Control of Intelligence Agencies 5. Due Process of Law and Governmental Investigations 6. Governmental Inspections in the Interest of Security: Searching the Innocent Part 3: Freedom and Governmental Expenditures to Advance the Common Good 7. Government Grants to Education and Threats to Academic Freedom 8. Rights of Government Employees Part 4: Freedom and the Duty of the Government to Control Private Power 9. Private Discrimination on the Basis of Race, Sex, Age, and Disability 10. The Self-regulated Professions and the Public Interest 11. Access to the Media: Legal Issues in the Attempt to Secure Diversity of Ideas and Information
Harry S. Ashmore, Vern Countryman