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May 25, 2013 5:00 PM

The First Amendment is about more than media

The press can always be counted upon not just to speak up for itself, but to lavish attention on itself. And that’s fine. What’s not fine is the way so many in the press talk about the First Amendment as if it’s their trade’s private license.

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