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APRIL 17, 2012 Free Speech, National Security, and Terrorism
Brandon J. Smith, George Washington University School of Law, has published Protecting Citizens and Their Speech: Balancing National Security and Free Speech When Prosecuting the Material Support of Terrorism. Here is the abstract. Federal law criminalizes a variety of terrorist
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