FAN 29 (First Amendment News) — Exceptional Freedom: How many exceptions are there to the First Amendment?


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  1. Bob says:

    This is extraordinary – virtually every one of the claims about “exceptions” to the first amendment in this article is wrong. Not a little wrong, but it’s clear from the way the article is written that the author knows he’s being misleading.

    Some of them are wrong for missing basic concepts like the use/mention distinction. Others mistake restrictions on where an expression may take place, or when, for a restriction on the expression itself.

    The procedural aspect of the 1st amendment is entirely ignored…

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