The Limits on Obscenity 1957

The Limits on Obscenity 1957
The Limits on Obscenity 1957

The Limits on Obscenity 1957

Roth v. United States (1957)

Roth v. US is a 1957 Supreme Court case holding that indecency isn’t safeguarded by the First Amendment. Track down the full assessment here.

It has since been supplanted by Miller v. California, which made a three-section standard to decide if the First Amendment safeguards the profane discourse.

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