The Resource Reputation and defamation
- Reputation and defamation
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- Lawrence McNamara
- Lawrence McNamara develops a new theory of reputation through a comparative analysis of how courts in England, the United States and other common law countries have responded to shifting attitudes towards moral values and developed new tests for what should count as 'defamatory'
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- index present
- LC call number
- LC item number
- .M36 2007
- Literary form
- non fiction
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