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====Date: [[:Category:1942|1942]]====
  
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====Subject: [[:Category:Explicit Sexuality|Explicit Sexuality]]====
  
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'''Artist:''' Chaplinsky
 
'''Artist:''' Chaplinsky
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'''Description of Artwork:''' Exchange of insults on the street.
 
'''Description of Artwork:''' Exchange of insults on the street.
  
'''The Incident:''' "Under NH.'s Offensive Conduct law (chap.378, para. 2 of the H.Public Laws) it is illega for anyone to address another person with "any offensive, derisive or annoying word to anyone who is lawfully in any street or public place.
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'''The Incident:''' "Under NH.'s Offensive Conduct law (chap.378, para. 2 of the H.Public Laws) it is illegal for anyone to address another person with 'any offensive, derisive or annoying word to anyone who is lawfully in any street or public place.'"
  
 
'''Results of Incident:''' The case went to the Supreme Court which declared that the case did not fall under the category of "fighting words" and was not protected by the laws pertaining to free speech.
 
'''Results of Incident:''' The case went to the Supreme Court which declared that the case did not fall under the category of "fighting words" and was not protected by the laws pertaining to free speech.
  
'''Source:''' the Encyclopedia of Censorship,J. Green, Facts on File, '93 pg.48
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'''Source:''' the Encyclopedia of Censorship, J. Green, Facts on File, '93 pg.48
  
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{{DISPLAYTITLE:<span style="font-style: italic;">Chaplinsky v. New Hampshire</span>}}

Latest revision as of 16:49, 13 February 2017

Date: 1942

Region: North America

Subject: Explicit Sexuality

Medium: Public Art


Artist: Chaplinsky

Confronting Bodies: State of New Hampshire

Dates of Action: 1942

Location: New Hampshire

Description of Artwork: Exchange of insults on the street.

The Incident: "Under NH.'s Offensive Conduct law (chap.378, para. 2 of the H.Public Laws) it is illegal for anyone to address another person with 'any offensive, derisive or annoying word to anyone who is lawfully in any street or public place.'"

Results of Incident: The case went to the Supreme Court which declared that the case did not fall under the category of "fighting words" and was not protected by the laws pertaining to free speech.

Source: the Encyclopedia of Censorship, J. Green, Facts on File, '93 pg.48