When SCOTUS Said Movies Had No First Amendment Protection

Special crash course on how a movie producer was sentenced to 10 years for making a movie that got in the way of Woodrow Wilson’s war propaganda machine

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Hollywood now applauds the censorship of conservatives while the left believes Roe v Wade & other Supreme Court decisions are final law. But 100 years ago, SCOTUS said movies had no First Amendment protection.

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