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A phone-sex memoir tests the limits of free speech rights

6 mins | Dec 12, 2019

If you work for a public institution, can the safeguard of its image outweigh your right to free speech? Stephen L. Carter, writing in Bloomberg in December 2019, comments on the U.S. Court of Appeals ruling in a case about a National Guard employee who lost her job for writing an explicit book and what it says about the limits of free speech rights.

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