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The Catch 22 of Free Speech: There is no good resolution to the case of Walker v. Sons of Confederate Soldiers.  Whether you are a free speech advocate or someone who simply doesn't appreciate images of slavery, the determination of whether or not Texas should allow...

The Catch 22 of Free Speech: There is no good resolution to the case of Walker v. Sons of Confederate Soldiers.  Whether you are a free speech advocate or someone who simply doesn't appreciate images of slavery, the determination of whether or not Texas should allow...

FromThe Citizen's Guide to the Supreme Court


The Catch 22 of Free Speech: There is no good resolution to the case of Walker v. Sons of Confederate Soldiers.  Whether you are a free speech advocate or someone who simply doesn't appreciate images of slavery, the determination of whether or not Texas should allow...

FromThe Citizen's Guide to the Supreme Court

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Length:
44 minutes
Released:
Apr 12, 2015
Format:
Podcast Episode

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There is no good resolution to the case of Walker v. Sons of Confederate Soldiers.  Whether you are a free speech advocate or someone who simply doesn't appreciate images of slavery, the determination of whether or not Texas should allow Confederate Flag license plates will likely make you feel gross.  Brett and Nazim also revisit the premise of principal v. money in the context of why to enter into litigation.
Released:
Apr 12, 2015
Format:
Podcast Episode