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Rhetorical Hyperbole Protects Free Speech

Rhetorical hyperbole is a concept important to the protection of free speech under the First Amendment. Many benefit from the principle, including protestors, sportswriters, editorialists and even the President of
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When do rants exceed First Amendment boundaries and become true threats?

First Amendment scholar David Hudson’s article in the ABA Journal discusses the limits of First Amendment protection for speech.
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