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Cohen v. California by Lindsay Maizland

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In April 1968, Paul Robert Cohen carried a jacket with the words “fuck the draft” written on the back into a California court house. He was arrested, and in a landmark case, the Supreme Court reversed the ruling, subsequently protecting the use of potentially-offensive language. EDIT PLAYLIST INFORMATION DELETE PLAYLIST

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