- Shopping Bag ( 0 items )
Jeffrey RosenIf I were a real lawyer, I'd like to be Floyd Abrams. The most sought-after First Amendment litigator of his generation, he has championed free speech in some of the highest-profile courtroom battles of the past 30 years, several of them on behalf of The New York Times. In Speaking Freely, his first book, Abrams writes engagingly about the First Amendment dramas in which he played a starring role. By the end of the book, though, it's hard to avoid the conclusion that free-speech conflicts today have less easily identifiable heroes and villains than they once did.
— The New York Times