Law review article discusisng whether the original meaning of the First Amendment covered symbolic expression
rs at robertsheridan.com
Tue Jun 10 23:07:33 PDT 2008
I'm trying to think how it could have avoided doing so...
Indians dumping tea in the harbor...
Don't tread on me...
The Sons of Liberty...
Taxation without representation is tyranny...
Give me liberty or give me death...
These are the times that try men's souls..., The winter of our
I'm sure there must be more apt examples of symbolic speech, but this,
I think, might be a start in the right direction.
As for the LR articles, that's something else again.
On Jun 10, 2008, at 1:48 PM, Volokh, Eugene wrote:
> Dear colleagues: Do you know of any law review discussing
> whether the original meaning of the First Amendment covered symbolic
> expression? Thanks,
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