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By GENE POLICINSKI
First Amendment Center
The First Amendment protects our freedom to say and write just about anything we want — but that doesn’t mean we ought to, particularly in public life.
The difference rests between “can” and “should.”
Our nation’s founders were no strangers to rude, callous and raucous debate in public life and to vicious commentary, even by today’s “anything goes” online standards.
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