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    US Elections 2020: Where and How Can We Draw a Constitutionally Permissible Line on a Candidate's Inflammatory Political Rhetoric?

    2:30 PM EST

    Political candidates running for public office have long exploited popular fears, racial anxieties and other divisions as an electoral strategy. Increasingly, and most recently, this has led to socially oppressed groups' claims that some political rhetoric is so inflammatory that it impermissibly inspires violence against community members.

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    US Elections 2020: Where and How Can We Draw a Constitutionally Permissible Line on a Candidate's Inflammatory Political Rhetoric?

    Event Details

    Format

    Web

    Date

    Dec 18, 2019

    2019-12-18T14:30:00-05:00 2019-12-18T16:00:00-05:00 US Elections 2020: Where and How Can We Draw a Constitutionally Permissible Line on a Candidate's Inflammatory Political Rhetoric?

    Political candidates running for public office have long exploited popular fears, racial anxieties and other divisions as an electoral strategy. Increasingly, and most recently, this has led to socially oppressed groups' claims that some political rhetoric is so inflammatory that it impermissibly inspires violence against community members.

    Sponsors

    Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice

    Panelists

    Elie Mystal

    Ian F Haney-Lopez

    Wajahat Ali

    Co-sponsors

    Commission on Immigration

    Government and Public Sector Lawyers Division

    Section of International Law

    Moderators

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