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In her next-to-last paragraph, Brownmiller reminds us that we already live quite comfortab

In her next-to-last paragraph, Brownmiller reminds us that we already live quite comfortab

In her next-to-last paragraph, Brownmiller reminds us that we already live quite comfortably with some “free-speech abridgements.” The examples she gives are that we may not falsely shout “fire” in a crowded theater and may not issue misleading advertisements. Do you think that these widely accepted restrictions are valid evidence in arguing on behalf of limiting the display of what Brownmiller considers pornography? Why, or why not?
Abhinav 27-Nov-2019

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