Episode 67: The 1st Amendment - Freedom of Assembly

On today's episode: a closer look at one of the freedoms guaranteed in the First Amendment: the freedom of assembly.  What defines a 'peaceable' assembly? Is our freedom of assembly tied to other First Amendment rights, or does it stand alone? Are there limits to where and when this freedom can be exercised? How are 'assemblies' defined in the digital age?  Our guest is John Inazu, author of Liberty's Refuge: The Forgotten Freedom of Assembly, 

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