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Publications for Laurence H. Winer 



FORTHCOMING AND WORKS IN PROGRESS
  • Laurence H. Winer & Nina J. Crimm, Dilemmas in Regulating Electoral Speech of Nonprofit Organizations (forthcoming).
  • Laurence H. Winer & Nina J. Crimm, Electoral Speech and Church-State Relations: Laws Must Foster Neutrality, Tolerance, Pluralism and Diversity (forthcoming).
  • Laurence H. Winer & Nina J. Crimm, God, Schools, and Government Funding: First Amendment Conundrums (Ashgate) (forthcoming 2014).
  • Laurence H. Winer & Nina J. Crimm, Hallowed First Amendment Freedoms Inhibited by Profanely Anomalous Federal Tax Laws (forthcoming).


BOOKS
  • Nina Crimm & Laurence Winer, Politics, Taxes, and the Pulpit: Provocative First Amendment Conflicts (Oxford University Press 2010).
    KF6449 .C748 2010


ARTICLES


BOOK CHAPTERS
  • Don’t Bogart That Witness: The Caine Mutiny and Trial by Jury, in Screening Justice: The Cinema of Law (Rennard Strickland et al. eds., W.S. Hein 2005).
    PN1995.9.J8 S37 2005
    Abstract
  • Gore Commission Issues Recommendations on Public Interest Obligations for Digital TV, in The First Amendment and the Media (The Institute 1999).
  • Jury Finds ABC Liable for Fraud and Trespass in Tort Action That May Affect Newsgathering, in The First Amendment and the Media (The Institute 1998).
  • Children Are Not a Constitutional Blank Check, in Rationales & Rationalizations: Regulating the Electronic Media 69 (Robert Corn-Revere ed., Media Institute 1997).
    KF2765 .R38 1997
    Abstract
  • Introduction, in Cross Ownership at the Crossroads: The Case for Repealing the FCC’s Newspaper/broadcast Cross Ownership Ban (Media Institute 1997).


BRIEFS
  • Public Comments of The Media Institute, the Matter of Public Interest Obligations of TV Broadcast Licensees, FCC Notice of Inquiry, MM Docket No. 99-360 (March 27, 2000).
  • U.S. v. Playboy Entertainment Group, Inc, Brief of The Media Institute as Amicus Curiae in Support of Appellee, United States v. Playboy Entm’t Group, Inc (2000).
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