Burt Neuborne talked about his book Madison’s Music: On Reading the First Amendment, in which he argues that the First Amendment was primarily created to protect the democratic process and not individual rights, as is commonly believed. He explained how, with this understanding, we should view issues like the future of campaign finance reform and the protection of voting rights. close
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