Free Speech Handbook (World Citizen Comics)
In this volume of the World Citizen Comics series, Ian Rosenberg and Mike Cavallaro create a practical framework for appreciating where our free speech protections have come from and how they may develop in the future.
Freedom of speech is fiercely defended in America and has been since the First Amendment was written. But how does it work, and what laws shape it? Drawing on parallels between ten seminal Supreme Court cases and current events, Free Speech Handbook lays out the fundamentals of First Amendment law in an accessible and engaging way.
Praise For Free Speech Handbook (World Citizen Comics)…
"A captivating read for any engaged citizen in today’s turbulent marketplace of ideas."
—Juju Chang, Emmy Award–winning co-anchor of ABC News’ Nightline
"This remarkable book is a joy. It celebrates the First Amendment in a manner that readers young and old can savor and learn from."
—Floyd Abrams, First Amendment lawyer and author of The Soul of the First Amendment
First Second, 9781250619754, 272pp.
Publication Date: November 2, 2021
About the Author
Mike Cavallaro is from New Jersey and has worked in comics and animation since the early 1990s. His comics include Eisner Award–nominated Parade (with fireworks), The Life and Times of Savior 28 (written by J.M. DeMatteis), Foiled and Curses! Foiled Again (written by Jane Yolen), Decelerate Blue (written by Adam Rapp), and the Nico Bravo series.