San Diego Law Review

Document Type

Book Review


Professor Fellman's little book provides a helpful survey of the cases dealing with freedom of association. It is written simply enough to satisfy the demand of interested citizens who wish to be informed as to the legal principles applied in giving content to that "right of association" which has long been regarded as part of our constitutional heritage. Beyond that, however, the collection of cases and literature is sufficiently exhaustive to provide the base point form which legal scholars and social scientists may continue the research necessary for the "truly comprehensive study of the right of association" to which Professor Fellman looks forward in the Preface.