Free speech advocates find a fight in Berkeley

July 22, 1994

HUD investigating 3 residents for bias against mentally ill in remarks, letters protesting projects

By Susan Ferriss

The San Francisco Examiner, July 22, 1994

Berkeley, the cradle of the Free Speech Movement, is rocking again, ’90s style.

Free-speech advocates are outraged that federal officials are investigating three Berkeley residents for alleged discriminatory behavior, based

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Ambiguity and the First Amendment:

October 29, 1993

Some Thoughts on All White Advertising

By Michael E. Rosman

Tennessee Law Review, October 29, 1993

Nonetheless, in practice at least, courts appear tougher on conclusions of the Postal Service than those of the FTC as to the effect an advertisement has on the ordinary reader. … Determining what the ordinary reader perceives

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