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The Dangers of Cheap Speech

The Dangers of Cheap Speech

Richard L. Hasen—  In a remarkably prescient article in a 1995 Yale Law Journal symposium titled “Emerging Media Technology and the First Amendment,” a UCLA law professor, Eugene Volokh, looked… READ MORE

Walter Jens’s Tragedies

Walter Jens’s Tragedies

Michael H. Kater— Walter Jens was the first among a group of young West German novelists who attempted to come to grips with the Third Reich. As a twenty-seven-year-old, in 1950… READ MORE

The Will to See

The Will to See

Bernard-Henri Lévy—      Reporting . . .      The first thought this word always brings to mind is universel reportage and the disdain in which France’s most exacting… READ MORE

The All-American History of Fake News

The All-American History of Fake News

Richard D. Brown— After Time asked “Is Truth Dead?” the digital giants Google and Facebook stepped up efforts to help readers distinguish genuine news information from unsubstantiated assertions and fabrications. This is… READ MORE

Remembering Clare Hollingworth

Remembering Clare Hollingworth

Ray Moseley— The legendary adventures of Clare Hollingworth’s life are such stuff as Hollywood movies are made on. And, to continue paraphrasing Prospero, her long life is rounded with a… READ MORE

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