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  • [[Category:1st century]] [[Category:20th century]]
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  • [[Category:1st century]] [[Category:20th century]]
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  • '''Description of Artwork:''' The 1st volume of the 5 Laserdisc sets containing over 300 classic cartoons. The ca [[Category:20th century]]
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  • ...three out of dozens of reporters arrested by law enforcement. On September 1st, 2008, the opening day of the convention, Salazar and Kouddous were coverin [[Category:21st Century]]
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  • [[Category:1st century]] [[Category:15th century]]
    2 KB (324 words) - 08:14, 7 February 2012
  • ...uit was filed charging the violation of said artist's Texas Constitutional 1st Amendment Civil Rights. Garza rejected the Board's offer to include him on [[Category:21st century]]
    2 KB (251 words) - 14:10, 5 February 2012
  • ...losed the exhibit completely. The ACLU filed a suit on behalf of Sherer's 1st Amendment rights. The curator of the museum resigned. <P> [[Category:20th century]]
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  • ...o place in the official cultures of Western societies. As late as the 19th Century, homosexuality was the "love that dare not speak its name". In Censoring Se ..., Howard S. "Obscenity Law and the Conditions of Freedom in the Nineteenth-Century United States" in Law & Social Inquiry, Spring 2002, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p369,
    106 KB (14,697 words) - 11:33, 29 August 2013