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Freedom of Commercial Expression

Author(s) By Roger A. Shiner (Emeritus Professor, University of Alberta).
Publisher Oxford University Press
ISBN 9780198262619
Practice Area Constitutional & administrative law
Format Hardback
Pages 380
Published in United Kingdom
Published 27 Nov 2003
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Courts in the United States, Canada, and Europe currently grant constitutional protection to commercial advertising. This book examines critically the case for freedom of commercial expression. Roger Shiner argues that the institutional history of such protection is one of ad hoc, not logical, development, and that even from within liberal democratic theory, freedom of commercial expression cannot

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