Reprinted with permission from Communications Lawyer

Somehow, Charlottesville feels like someone threw a can of black paint on that Rockwell image. Since the ugliness there, even some of the most ardent First Amendment advocates among us—to the point of screaming debate in a New York City bar—wonder if we need to rethink our convictions. To further the discussion of where the lines ought to lie, and we are witnessing the case being made to redraw them, we offer this brief review of where they currently are drawn. Read More.

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