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Quote from Robert M. O'Neil,

"Most of us tend to think of “speech” and “press” in the relatively traditional modes of the spoken and printed word… We should bear in mind that – whatever the Framers of the Bill of Rights may have expected – the First Amendment has adapted over the years to telephones, motion pictures, radio and television broadcasting, fax, cable, and is now just beginning to take measure of digital communication."


Robert M. O'Neil (more quotes by Robert M. O'Neil or books by/about Robert M. O'Neil)


Free Speech and the College Community, 1997


Speech, Tradition


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