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    Landmark Supreme Court Case- New York Times v.

    United States, better known as the “Pentagon Papers” case, was a decision expanding freedom of the press and limits on the government's power to interrupt that freedom. ... In a 6-3 decision, the Court ruled that the President’s attempt to prevent the publication was a violation of First Amendment protections for press freedom. ... United States, the arguments made during the case and its legacy.

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    The Legacy of New York Times v. United States

    In discussing the landmark Supreme Court Case New York Times v. United States (1971), attorneys Floyd Abrams and Ted Olson talked about the legacy and legal precedent established in the case.

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    The Decision in New York Times v. United States

    In discussing the landmark Supreme Court Case New York Times v. ... Ted Olson talked about the ruling in the case. ... Olson also explained the difference decisions in the case.

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    New York Times v. United States- Oral Arguments for the United States

    In discussing the landmark Supreme Court Case New York Times v. United States (1971), attorneys Floyd Abrams and Ted Olson explained the oral arguments that the Solicitor General made for the United States in the case.

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    New York Times v. United States- Oral Arguments for the New York Times

    In discussing the landmark Supreme Court Case New York Times v. United States (1971), attorneys Floyd Abrams and Ted Olson explained the oral arguments that New York Times attorney made during the case.

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    The Legal Framework for New York Times v. United States

    In discussing the landmark Supreme Court Case New York Times v. United States (1971), attorneys Floyd Abrams and Ted Olson discussed the legal precedents and laws that preceded the case. Specifically, they spoke about the Espionage Act and a 1931 case, Near v.

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    New York Times v. United States- Other Papers Publishing the Pentagon Papers

    In discussing the landmark Supreme Court Case New York Times v. ... They explained the impact of that action on the government's ability to prosecute the case.

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    United States- Nixon's Decision to go to Court

    In discussing the landmark Supreme Court Case New York Times v.

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    The Events Leading to New York Times v. United States

    In discussing the landmark Supreme Court Case New York Times v. United States (1971), attorneys Floyd Abrams and Ted Olson discussed Daniel Ellsberg's role in the case.

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    The Pentagon Papers and New York Times v. United States

    In discussing the landmark Supreme Court Case New York Times v.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case Tinker v.

    The landmark Supreme Court Case Tinker v. ... This lesson uses expert analysis, perspectives from the Tinkers, oral arguments and archival video to explore the case and the legacy of the ruling.

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    School Walkouts and Students' Rights

    In discussing the 1969 landmark Supreme Court Case Tinker v. Des Moines, Erik Jaffe, Free Speech and Election Law Practice Group Chair at the Federalist Society, and Mary Beth Tinker, a petitioner in the case, spoke about how the court might rule in cases involving student walkouts.

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    Tinker v. Des Moines- Impact on Student Rights

    In discussing the 1969 landmark Supreme Court Case Tinker v. Des Moines, Erik Jaffe, Free Speech and Election Law Practice Group Chair at the Federalist Society, and Mary Beth Tinker, a petitioner in the case, spoke about the Tinker case's impact on other court cases like Bethel v.

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    Tinker v. Des Moines- The Majority Opinion

    In discussing the 1969 landmark Supreme Court Case Tinker v. Des Moines, Erik Jaffe, Free Speech and Election Law Practice Group Chair at the Federalist Society, and Mary Beth Tinker, a petitioner in the case, spoke about the majority opinion written by Justice Abe Fortas.

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    Tinker v. Des Moines- The Dissenting Opinion

    In discussing the 1969 landmark Supreme Court Case Tinker v. Des Moines, Erik Jaffe, Free Speech and Election Law Practice Group Chair at the Federalist Society, and Mary Beth Tinker, a petitioner in the case, spoke about Justice Hugo Black's dissenting opinion.

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    Des Moines- The Decision in the Case

    In discussing the 1969 landmark Supreme Court Case Tinker v. Des Moines, Mary Beth Tinker, a petitioner in the case, spoke about how she found out about the decision.

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    Tinker v. Des Moines- Arguments for the Des Moines School Board

    In discussing the 1969 landmark Supreme Court Case Tinker v. Des Moines, Erik Jaffe, Free Speech and Election Law Practice Group Chair at the Federalist Society, and Mary Beth Tinker, a petitioner in the case, discussed the arguments made by attorney Allan Herrick who represented the Des Moines school board.

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    Tinker v. Des Moines- Arguments for the Tinkers

    In discussing the 1969 landmark Supreme Court Case Tinker v. Des Moines, Erik Jaffe, Free Speech and Election Law Practice Group Chair at the Federalist Society, and Mary Beth Tinker, a petitioner in the case, discussed the arguments made by ACLU attorney Dan Johnston who was representing the Tinkers.

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    Des Moines- The Path to the Supreme Court

    In discussing the 1969 landmark Supreme Court Case Tinker v. Des Moines, Erik Jaffe, Free Speech and Election Law Practice Group Chair at the Federalist Society, and Mary Beth Tinker, a petitioner in the case, spoke about the path that the Tinker case took to get to the Supreme Court. The case started with a school board meeting and went through the appellate process.

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    Tinker v. Des Moines- The Day of the Protest

    In discussing the 1969 landmark Supreme Court Case Tinker v. Des Moines, Mary Beth and John Tinker, petitioners in the case, described their decision to wear black armbands to protest the Vietnam War.

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    Tinker v. Des Moines - The Constitutional Issues

    In discussing the 1969 landmark Supreme Court Case Tinker v. Des Moines, Erik Jaffe, Free Speech and Election Law Practice Group Chair at the Federalist Society, spoke about the Constitutional issues and previous Supreme Court cases relating to the case.

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    Tinker v. Des Moines- The People Involved

    In discussing the 1969 landmark Supreme Court Case Tinker v. Des Moines, Erik Jaffe, Free Speech and Election Law Practice Group Chair at the Federalist Society, and Mary Beth Tinker, a petitioner in the case, spoke about the people involved in the case. ... Jaffe explained the members of the Supreme Court during the decision.

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    Tinker v. Des Moines- Vietnam War Protests

    In discussing the 1969 landmark Supreme Court Case Tinker v. Des Moines, Mary Beth Tinker, a petitioner in the case, spoke about the political climate at the time and protests that were occurring around the nation.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case Brandenburg v.

    In Brandenburg, the Court held that hate speech is protected under the First Amendment as long as it does not provoke violence.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case: Katz v.

    In this 1967 Supreme Court case, Charles Katz, a bookie, was recorded by the FBI transmitting illegal bets from a telephone booth. The Supreme Court’s decision in the case expanded Americans' right to privacy under the Fourth Amendment.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case: Griswold v.

    In a 7-2 decision, the Court ruled that the Connecticut law violated the right to privacy. This landmark Supreme Court case expanded the rights found in the Constitution and paved the way for court cases like Roe v. ... This lesson has students explore the background of the case, the majority and dissenting opinions and the legacy of Griswold v.

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    The Importance of Griswold v. Connecticut

    Helen Alvaré and Rachel Rebouché, two law professors at George Mason and Temple universities, discussed the legacy and importance of the landmark Supreme Court Case Griswold v. ... They talked about liberal and conservative perspectives of the case.

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    Connecticut's Impact on other Supreme Court Cases

    Law professors Helen Alvaré and Rachel Rebouché discussed the landmark Supreme Court Case Griswold v. ... They spoke about the cases after Griswold v.

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    The Dissenting Opinion and Arguments Against Griswold v. Connecticut

    In describing the landmark Supreme Court Case Griswold v. ... A clip of Supreme Court nominee Robert Bork explaining his opinion to the case is also included.

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    The Decision in Griswold v. Connecticut

    Law professors Helen Alvaré and Rachel Rebouché discussed the landmark Supreme Court Case Griswold v.

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    Constitutional Arguments in Griswold v. Connecticut

    Law professors Helen Alvaré and Rachel Rebouché discussed the landmark Supreme Court Case Griswold v. ... A clip of Fowler Harper, an original attorney in the case, describing the Constitutional basis for case is included.

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    Societal Factors in Griswold v. Connecticut

    Law professors Helen Alvaré and Rachel Rebouché discussed the landmark Supreme Court Case Griswold v.

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    Connecticut as a Test Case for Birth Control Laws

    Law professors Helen Alvaré and Rachel Rebouché discussed the landmark Supreme Court Case Griswold v. ... They talked about how the case was a test case for the law. A clip of the petitioners in the case is included.

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    The Legal Background of Griswold v. Connecticut

    Law professors Helen Alvaré and Rachel Rebouché discussed the landmark Supreme Court Case Griswold v. ... They spoke about the background of the law and the Supreme Court cases preceding the Griswold case.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case: Gideon V.

    The Court ruled that under the Sixth Amendment, state and federal courts were to respect the rights of the accused and allow them the opportunity to defend themselves.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case: Plessy v.

    Ferguson (1896) the Court infamously ruled it was within constitutional boundaries for the state of Louisiana to enforce racial segregation in public facilities. In a 7-1 ruling, the Court established that the Fourteenth Amendment was designed to enforce racial equality, not to eliminate the distinction based on color. Under that reasoning, the Court ruled segregation could not be considered unconstitutional. This lesson explore the background of the case, decisions and opinions in the case and the legacy of Plessy v.

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    The Legacy of Plessy v. Ferguson and Brown v. Board of Education

    Ted Shaw of the University of North Carolina Law School and Michael Klarman of Harvard Law School discussed the legacy of the landmark Supreme Court Case Plessy v.

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    Ferguson- The Decision in the Case

    When discussing the landmark Supreme Court Case, Plessy v. Ferguson, Ted Shaw of the University of North Carolina Law School and Michael Klarman of Harvard Law School explained the majority decision and the dissenting opinion in the case.

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    Plessy v. Ferguson- Arguments Supporting Plessy

    Ted Shaw of the University of North Carolina Law School and Michael Klarman of Harvard Law School talked about the arguments made by Albion Tourgée, the lawyer for Homer Plessy in the landmark Supreme Court Case Plessy v.

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    The Arrest of Homer Plessy

    Ferguson landmark Supreme Court Case. The court case dealt with the issue of separate but equal and segregation.

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    Ferguson- People in the Case

    Homer Plessy was the central figure in the landmark Supreme Court Case Plessy v. ... They also discussed the role that Judge John Ferguson played in the case.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case: Yick Wo v.

    The Court's decision in this was seen as trailblazing -- it struck down legislation aimed at closing Chinese-operated laundries in San Francisco and guaranteed non-citizens the Constitution's protections. It was the first case to use the "equal protection" clause of the 14th Amendment, which prohibits states from denying any person within their jurisdiction the equal protection of the law. In a unanimous decision the Supreme Court ruled laws with discriminatory intent were unconstitutional. This landmark case has been cited over 150 times since the Court's decision.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case Yick Wo v.

    Professor Josh Blackman talks about the key points that were recognized in this case and the significance of the Supreme Court's decision.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case Yick Wo v.

    Professor Josh Blackman explains the significance of this case as one that tested the power of the state to deprive someone of a property interest.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case Yick Wo v. Hopkins: Origin of the Case

    Columbia Professor Mae Ngai and South Texas College of Law Professor Josh Blackman explain the origin of this case and how it impacted Lee Yick.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case Yick Wo v.

    Columbia Professor Mae Nga explains the significance of this case as it relates to the 14th Amendment.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case Yick Wo v.

    South Texas College of Law Professor Josh Blackman explains the foundation of this case.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case: Civil Rights Cases (1883)

    Civil Rights Cases (1883) were a series of five cases that were consolidated and decided on as a whole. Despite the post-Civil War Reconstruction Period, the Court in an 8-1 decision held that the Civil Rights Act of 1875 was not constitutional under the Thirteenth and Fourteenth amendments. ... This lesson explores the background of the Civil Rights Cases of 1883, the Constitutional questions relating to them and the impact of the ruling.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case: McCulloch v.

    Maryland (1819) is one of the most important Supreme Court cases regarding federal power. In a unanimous decision, the Court established that Congress had implied constitutional power to create a national bank and that individual states could not tax a federally chartered bank. The Court stated Congress was authorized to pass laws "necessary and proper" in order to carry out its duties. This lesson explores the background of the case, the arguments for each side and the results and legacy of McCulloch v.

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    The Legacy of McCulloch v. Maryland

    Law professors Mark Killenbeck and Farah Peterson talked about the 1819 landmark Supreme Court case McCulloch v.

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    The Arguments in McCulloch v. Maryland

    Law professors Mark Killenbeck and Farah Peterson talked about the arguments that each side made during the 1819 landmark Supreme Court case McCulloch v.

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    John Marshall and the Supreme Court During McCulloch v.

    Law professors Mark Killenbeck and Farah Peterson talked about the role of the Supreme Court and Chief Justice John Marshall during the 1819 landmark Supreme Court case McCulloch v. ... They described the make-up of the court and how it impacted the decision in McCulloch v.

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    Maryland Got to the Supreme Court

    Law professors Mark Killenbeck and Farah Peterson talked about the events leading up to the 1819 landmark Supreme Court case McCulloch v.

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    The Historical Background of McCulloch v. Maryland

    Law professors Mark Killenbeck and Farah Peterson talked about the events preceding the 1819 landmark Supreme Court case McCulloch v. ... Specifically, they discussed the role that the Second Bank of the United States played in the court case.

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    Privacy and the Press

    This lesson explores the history of that tension, including some of the relevant landmark Supreme Court cases and the photography of celebrities.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case: Baker v Carr

    The Supreme Court has the power to interpret the Constitution. Its rulings on cases determine the meaning of laws and acts of Congress and the president. Knowing the key decisions of the Supreme Court and the precedents they set is vital in understanding the meaning of laws, how our country has changed over time, and the direction the country is currently headed. In this lesson students will examine the case of Baker v.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case: Dred Scott v Sandford

    The Supreme Court has the power to interpret the Constitution. Its rulings on cases determine the meaning of laws and acts of Congress and the president. Knowing the key decisions of the Supreme Court and the precedents they set is vital in understanding the meaning of laws, how our country has changed over time, and the direction the country is currently headed. In this lesson students will examine the case of Dred Scott v.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case: Korematsu v United States

    The Supreme Court has the power to interpret the Constitution. Its rulings on cases determine the meaning of laws and acts of Congress and the president. Knowing the key decisions of the Supreme Court and the precedents they set is vital in understanding the meaning of laws, how our country has changed over time, and the direction the country is currently headed. In this lesson students will examine the case of Korematsu v.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case: Lochner v New York

    The Supreme Court has the power to interpret the Constitution. Its rulings on cases determine the meaning of laws and acts of Congress and the president. Knowing the key decisions of the Supreme Court and the precedents they set is vital in understanding the meaning of laws, how our country has changed over time, and the direction the country is currently headed. In this lesson students will examine the case of Lochner v.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case: Mapp v Ohio

    The Supreme Court has the power to interpret the Constitution. Its rulings on cases determine the meaning of laws and acts of Congress and the president. Knowing the key decisions of the Supreme Court and the precedents they set is vital in understanding the meaning of laws, how our country has changed over time, and the direction the country is currently headed. In this lesson students will examine the case of Mapp v.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case: Marbury v Madison

    The Supreme Court has the power to interpret the Constitution. Its rulings on cases determine the meaning of laws and acts of Congress and the president. Knowing the key decisions of the Supreme Court and the precedents they set is vital in understanding the meaning of laws, how our country has changed over time, and the direction the country is currently headed. In this lesson students will examine the case of Marbury v.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case: Miranda v Arizona

    The Supreme Court has the power to interpret the Constitution. Its rulings on cases determine the meaning of laws and acts of Congress and the president. Knowing the key decisions of the Supreme Court and the precedents they set is vital in understanding the meaning of laws, how our country has changed over time, and the direction the country is currently headed. In this lesson students will examine the case of Miranda v.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case: Roe v Wade

    The Supreme Court has the power to interpret the Constitution. Its rulings on cases determine the meaning of laws and acts of Congress and the president. Knowing the key decisions of the Supreme Court and the precedents they set is vital in understanding the meaning of laws, how our country has changed over time, and the direction the country is currently headed. In this lesson students will examine the case of Roe v.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case: Schenck v United States (1919)

    In this case, the Court chose to unanimously uphold activist Charles Schenck’s conviction after he distributed leaflets urging young men to resist the draft during World War I.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case: Slaughterhouse Cases

    The Supreme Court has the power to interpret the Constitution. Its rulings on cases determine the meaning of laws and acts of Congress and the president. Knowing the key decisions of the Supreme Court and the precedents they set is vital in understanding the meaning of laws, how our country has changed over time, and the direction the country is currently headed. In this lesson students will examine the Slaughterhouse Cases.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case: Youngstown Sheet and Tube v Sawyer

    The Supreme Court has the power to interpret the Constitution. Its rulings on cases determine the meaning of laws and acts of Congress and the president. Knowing the key decisions of the Supreme Court and the precedents they set is vital in understanding the meaning of laws, how our country has changed over time, and the direction the country is currently headed. In this lesson students will examine the case of Youngstown Sheet and Tube v.

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    Landmark Supreme Court Case: Brown v Board of Education

    The Supreme Court has the power to interpret the Constitution. Its rulings on cases determine the meaning of laws and acts of Congress and the president. Knowing the key decisions of the Supreme Court and the precedents they set is vital in understanding the meaning of laws, how our country has changed over time, and the direction the country is currently headed. In this lesson students will examine the case of Brown v.

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    Loving v. Virginia

    Virginia, the landmark Supreme Court case that legalized interracial marriage in the United States.

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    Landmark Cases Series: Early 20th Century Working Conditions and The Bake Shop Act

    In describing the landmark Supreme Court Case Lochner v.

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    New York Times v. Sullivan

    Lucy Dalglish and Lee Levine discuss the 50th anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court case New York Times v.

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