Corpus ID: 39230639

Although this classic image of competing ideas and robust debate dates back to English philosophers

@inproceedings{MiltonAlthoughTC,
  title={Although this classic image of competing ideas and robust debate dates back to English philosophers},
  author={J. Milton and J. Stuart}
}
Theorists have often heralded the first amendment as creating a neutral marketplace of ideas. Proponents of this model view the market as essential to our society's efforts to discover truth andfoster effective popular participation in government. Professor Ingber asserts that the theoretical underpinnings of this model are based on assumptions of rational decisionmaking that are implausible in modern society. He insists that, in reality, the market is severely skewed in favor of an… CONTINUE READING