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In the last two years, we have witnessed murders of one judge in Atlanta and family members of another judge in Chicago by angry litigants. We also have seen the growth of political rhetorri demonizing and threatening individual judges in high-visibility cases. Will these increasingly bitter and at times violent attacks on the American judiciary make it too costly, on a personal level, for judges to protect First Amendment rights in controversial cases about speech and speakers we hate? We take...

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