Destroying print run of a newspaper as free expression
maule at LAW.VILLANOVA.EDU
Wed Mar 21 09:44:47 PST 2001
>>> funk at LCLARK.EDU 03/20/01 02:45PM >>> writes
My point is a simple one here. This is not a first
amendment issue; it is a property/contract issue. Whether it's
newspapers or salad should not change the analysis.
Agreed on the point, but the example is a tough metaphor.... the amount of salad a person can eat varies from person to person, but the "amount" of newspapers one can absorb seems limited by the characteristic that generates full consumption after the reading of one copy of the newspaper.. the second copy is redundant... the extra salad (or cake) isn't....
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