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Monday, June 29, 2009


Chris Hoofnagle

A more interesting question would be to explore the underlying assumption: does the "marketplace of ideas" actually work? And for whom does it work? In a country where about half the population believes that Saddam Hussein was behind 9/ would pay to reconsider the underlying normative commitment.

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