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Weighing the Listener's Interest: Justice Blackmun's Commercial Speech and Public Forum Opinions

@article{Dodge1998WeighingTL,
  title={Weighing the Listener's Interest: Justice Blackmun's Commercial Speech and Public Forum Opinions},
  author={William S. Dodge},
  journal={Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly},
  year={1998},
  volume={26},
  pages={165-217}
}
Justice Blackmun's commercial speech and public forum opinions reflect a distinctive balancing approach that takes seriously the listener's interests in receiving information and, sometimes, in not receiving information. The Justice consistently advocated this listener-oriented balancing approach throughout his tenure on the Supreme Court, and, contrary to the conventional wisdom, this approach proved to be substantially more protective of free speech than the more categorical approaches the… Expand

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