A LIVING BILL OF RIGHTS by William O. Douglas

A LIVING BILL OF RIGHTS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Justice Douglas has set down the actual wording of those first ten amendments which comprise the Bill of Rights. He then proceeds to demonstrate their continuing value, examining our basic freedoms and indicating wherein the interpretation may be shading the law. An interesting challenge to all Americans, and young people beginning to question their rights as citizens will find this enlightening.

Pub Date: Feb. 10th, 1960
Publisher: Doubleday