“The Purist of Motives”: Thomas Irwin Emerson’s Journey Toward a Theory University of Idaho Seed Grant uri icon

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  • One of the most potent narratives of the First Amendment refers to its function as a social safety valve, a principle articulated by Thomas Irwin Emerson in a 1963 essay in which he argued that freedom of expression promotes a means of achieving a more stable community.

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