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INTRODUCTION
A. The Connotations of “Hate Speech”
B. The Terminology of “Group Libel” and “Group Defamation”
C. Civil Versus Criminal Libel
D. Can a Group Be Libeled?: Beauharnais v. Illinois
E. Ways of Assaulting Group Reputation
F. The Emphasis on Dignity Rather than Offense
G. Beauharnais and Libel in Light of New York Times Co. v. Sullivan
H. Who Needs Protection Against Libel?
A. The Look of Hate
B. Hatred and Law in a Well-Ordered Society
C. Political Aesthetics
D. Assurance and Security
E. Public Goods
F. The Role of Law and the Role of Individuals
G. Transition and Assurance
III. LIBEL AND LEGITIMACY
A. The Objection from Autonomy
B. Viewpoint Discrimination
C. Ronald Dworkin’s Argument About Legitimacy
D. Legitimacy: A Difference of Degree
E. Time and Settlement
F. The Owens Case in Saskatoon
G. Islamophobia
H. Distrust of Government
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Dignity and Defamation (Visibility of Hate)

Dignity and Defamation (Visibility of Hate)

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