First Amendment Rights and Socioeconomic Status

Ciraldo, Alexandra Elisabeth; Smith, Raymond Arthur

The freedom of speech is arguably the most important of the First Amendment rights, yet is not in fact equally exercised or given to all Americans. One reason behind such inequality lies in the difference between socioeconomic statuses.


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Political Science
Majority Rule and Minority Rights Issue Briefs
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September 28, 2012