Justice Breyer on the First Amendment
Our president and CEO, Jeffrey Rosen sits down with Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute in Boston. They discuss the First Amendment, hate speech, the Citizens United decision, and other free speech cases.
Stephen G. Breyer is an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.
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