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My grandfather and the First Amendment

“All things considered, it would seem like a good idea to write about my dog,” wrote James T. Neal. It was Tuesday, July 20, 1965. Neal was editor of the Noblesville Daily Ledger, a small Indiana newspaper. The day before, he had been arrested and charged with contempt of court for a column he had written […]
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