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Is Greenwald a Journalist and Does It Even Matter?

Note:  This is the second part of a multiple part series about the ability of the government to prosecute journalists for receiving and disseminating national security information.  It comes in response to increasing public musings about the prosecution of journalists … Continue reading

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Revisiting The Pentagon Papers Case: Could Guardian Journalists be Charged under the Espionage Act?

Note:  This is the first part of a multiple part series about the ability of the government to prosecute journalists for receiving and disseminating national security information.  It comes in response to increasing public musings about the prosecution of journalists … Continue reading

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The First Amendment as a Wall: A Pragmatic View

by Matthew L. Schafer Harry Wellington, the late Dean of Yale Law School, once hedged one of his articles on the First Amendment by writing, “Those to whom nothing which I am about to say will be new may I … Continue reading

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