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This sequel to ""May It Please the Court"" focuses on key First Amendment cases illustrating the most controversial debates over issues of free speech, freedom of the press, and the right to assemble, including: Barnes v Glen Theater (nude dancing), ""New York Times"" v United States (the ""Pentagon Papers"" case), Texas v Johnson (American flag burning), Brandenburg v Ohio (hate speech by Klansmen) and Hustler Magazine, Inc v Falwell (""emotional distress"" for parody advertisement).;This text includes transcriptions of oral arguments made before the Supreme Court. They offer a view of the Supreme Court in action that should interest those wanting first-hand exposure to American law and history.