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'''Freedom of the [[press]]''' is a [[freedom]] established in the [[First Amendment]] of the [[United States Constitution]]. It has no precedent in earlier [[history]] and remains, to this day, a uniquely [[American]] phenomenon.
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'''Freedom of the [[press]]''' is a [[freedom]] established in the [[First Amendment]] of the [[United States Constitution]]'s [[Bill of Rights]]. It has no precedent in earlier [[history]] and remains, to this day, a uniquely [[American]] phenomenon.
  
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==
* [[Bill of Rights]]
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* [[Unalienable rights|Unalienable]] [[First Amendment]] of the [[Bill of Rights]]
* [[Unalienable rights]]
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** Freedom of the press
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** [[Free speech]]
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** [[Free Speech Clause]]
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* [[Journalistic malpractice]]
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* [[Essay:Journalism and patriotism|Journalism and patriotism]]
  
 
[[Category : First Amendment]]
 
[[Category : First Amendment]]
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[[Category : Bill of Rights]]
 
[[Category : Journalism]]
 
[[Category : Journalism]]

Revision as of 05:11, 8 January 2015

Freedom of the press is a freedom established in the First Amendment of the United States Constitution's Bill of Rights. It has no precedent in earlier history and remains, to this day, a uniquely American phenomenon.

See Also