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Oyez.com provides a variety of resources on NAACP v. Alabama, including links to case text, audio recordings, and references. It also provides a high-level overview of the central issue addressed by the case and the court's holding along with a visual depiction of how the individual justices sided both by seniority and ideology.
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Columbia's Global Freedom of Expression project tracks various milestones in the advancement and preservation of free speech in the United States and abroad. It provides a thorough overview of the case along with the decision's direction as it relates to free speech, a global perspective of the decision, and the case's overall significance.
Encyclopedia of Alabama
Well-researched with helpful bibliographies, each Encyclopedia of Alabama entry is an effective jumping-off point for getting the facts of the case. Entries range from landmark court cases to influential jurists and legislators. The Encyclopedia aids in contextualizing NAACP v. Alabama as part of Alabama history and provides implications of the decision for the state's future.
MTSU First Amendment Encyclopedia
Published by Middle Tennessee State University, the First Amendment Encyclopedia houses more than 1,500 articles on First Amendment topics, court cases, and history. This online encyclopedia does a good job of explaining the impact of NAACP v. Alabama on our understanding of the freedom of association.
Library of Congress
A hard copy of the opinion can be found in U.S. Reports Volume 357. The Library of Congress has a PDF from one of these reporters.
New York Times Archives
Archived story from the New York Times from June 6, 1964 providing a deep dive into national sentiments regarding NAACP v. Alabama. Viewers can see both a transcript of the article and how it originally appeared in the physical edition of the paper.
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