Comments on the economics of the First Amendment doctrine of the U.S. Constitution. Background on basic economics of information and its bearing on First Amendment issues; Theory used to explain why some types of communication are at the core of First Amendment protection while others are at the periphery; Implications of the theory on the benefits of promoting self-expression as a societal value.

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