Sport as Speech

@inproceedings{Lakier2013SportAS,
  title={Sport as Speech},
  author={Genevieve Lakier},
  year={2013}
}
Sports play a tremendously important role in American public culture, yet games of spectator sport are not generally recognized as expression protected by the First Amendment. This is notwithstanding the extension in recent years of First Amendment protection to a wide variety of other kinds of nonverbal art and entertainment. This Article argues that the denial of free speech protection to spectator sport is wrong both doctrinally and when considered in light of the aims and purposes of the… CONTINUE READING

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