In an attempt to determine how the First Amendment may protect speakers’ rights to make inflammatory statements calling for violence against a sovereign, this article breaks down this larger question into three categories based on the speaker: the government, foreigners abroad, or American citizens.
31 Law and Contemporary Problems 530-552 (1966)
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