Many of the freedom-of-expression rights that Americans take for granted today were largely unavailable to most citizens before the 1960s. In a series of landmark rulings during the ’60s the Supreme Court finally began to interpret the rights specified in the First Amendment as being guaranteed to all American citizens. This presentation will discuss the cases that changed the course of history and consider the implications and effects.
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