So to Speak Podcast, 01/11/18

Source: Foundation for Individual Rights in Education

“Was our modern First Amendment born out of a chance encounter on a train bound for Boston in 1918? On this episode of So to Speak: The Free Speech Podcast, we speak with Seton Hall Law Professor Thomas Healy. He argues that Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes’ unlikely run-in with Judge Learned Hand in the summer of 1918 set off a series of events that culminated in a new trajectory for the First Amendment in America.” [various formats] (01/11/18)