Liberal Democracy and the Limits of Tolerance

Liberal Democracy and the Limits of Tolerance
Essays in Honor and Memory of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin
Editor, Raphael Cohen-Almagor
Ann Arbor, Mi.: University of Michigan Press, 2000
Table of Contents
Raphael Cohen-Almagor
Mrs. Lea Rabin
The Legacy of Yitzhak Rabin
Frederick Schauer
The Cost of Communicative Tolerance
David Feldman
Protest and Tolerance: Legal Values and the Control of Public-Order Policing
Owen Fiss
Freedom of Speech and Political Violence
Raphael Cohen-Almagor
Boundaries of Freedom of Expression Before and After Prime Minister Rabin’s Assassination
Harvey Chisick
The Dual Threat to Modern Citizenship: Liberal Indifference and Non-consensual Violence
Sam Lehman-Wilzig
The Paradox of Israeli Civil Disobedience and Political Revolt in Light of the Jewish
L. W. Sumner
Should Hate Speech be Free Speech? John Stuart Mill and the Limits of Tolerance
Irwin Cotler
Holocaust Denial, Equality and Harm: Boundaries of Liberty and Tolerance in a Liberal
Richard Moon
The Regulation of Racist Expression
Joseph Eliot Magnet
Freedom of the Press and Terrorism
David E. Boeyink
Reporting on Political Extremists in the United States: The Unabomber, the Ku Klux Klan,
and the Militias
Edmund B. Lambeth
Pragmatic Liberalism and the Press in Violent Times
David Goldberg
Protecting Wider Purposes: Hate Speech, Communication, and the International Community
J. Michael Jaffe
Riding the Electronic Tiger: Censorship in Global, Distributed Networks
Notes on Contributors