b'3OPINIONSWell-placed, high impact photos are powerful. This exceptionally well-crafted reference book has a place on all public, high school, and undergraduate library shelves, and reference selectors will want to watch for future entries in the series, which will cover privacy rights, immigration, gender roles, drug use, the death penalty, globalization and similar topics. Booklist(on Opinions Throughout History: Guns in America)The author focuses the theme of each chapter on one or more edited documents, which are placed within the context of the time. Almost every chapter also includes a pertinent image or two, and some fascinating and little-discussed historical segments further help to illustrate the theme Thoughtful commentaries assist in illuminating the analysis throughout this readable text. Summing Up: Highly recommended. All readership levels.CHOICE(on Opinions Throughout History: The Death Penalty)This is a new series from Grey House titled Opinions Throughout History each chapter details a specific legal debate, controversy, law enactment, or supreme court decision. There are many black-and-white pictures throughout the book, along with discussion questions for classroom and homework assignment use a timely reference work with a wealth of historicalinformation and detail on these topics.ARBA(on Opinions Throughout History: National Security vs. Civil & Privacy Rights)In addition, front matter of Opinions Throughout History includes a detailed Timeline of significant events that impacted policy and public opinion.Back matter includes an extensive Historical Snapshot that offers an interesting list of significant firstsevents, books, movies, legislation,trendsa snapshot of what was happening in the U.S. while public opinion was evolving, a Glossary of Terms related to the topic, and a Bibliography. A detailed Index closes each volume.Opinions Throughout History:Free Speech & Censorship Throughout This volume of Opinions Throughout History looks at the history and evolution of free speech andfreedom of expression and also of efforts to limit this right through censorship. While Americans areFree Speech & Censorshipaccustomed to viewing the United States as the exemplar of free speech and the free press, this has not always been the case. Until relatively recently in the nations history, censorship in the media in the public discourse was quite common. Though the First Amendment guarantees are a traditional and cherished part of American culture, the idea of free speech has changed over time, as have attitudes about when it is acceptable to censor and control speech. Topics covered in this volume include political debates, the function of the free press, censorship of literature, video games, various kinds of art, and the debate over free speech and corporations.January 2022 |800 pages |Hardcover |ISBN 978-1-63700-119-6 |$195 Includes Free Online Access on the Salem Press Platform More Titles from the Opinions Throughout History series on pages 4-7.(800) 562-2139 GET ONLINE ACCESS WITH YOUR PRINT BUY! www.greyhouse.com'