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in the late 1500s where it followed common trade routes. The substance was met with frequent criticism, but became popular nonetheless. 3 Smoking kills one half of all smokers who don't manage to stop—as of 2007, about 4.9 million people worldwide each year. 4 German scientists formally identified the link between smoking and lung cancer in the late 1920s leading the first anti-smoking campaign in modern history. The movement, however, failed to reach across enemy lines during the Second World War , and quickly became unpopular thereafter. 5 In 1950, health authorities again began to suggest a relationship between smoking ...
In 1995, wearing her "academic hat," Elena Kagan gave a speech to the National Association of Broadcasters, the Newspaper Association of America, and the Libel Defense Resource Center on the Relationship Between First Amendment Doctrine and Technological Change . In the speech, she said something that would have been welcome to the broadcasters in the room: that the usual constitutional rationale resulting in "lesser" constitutional protection for broadcasters' speech was senseless. Kagan told the audience: For example, did the scarcity rationale ever make sense ... Read More
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