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Corporate Speech and Advertising

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Corporate Speech and Advertising

Corporate Speech and Advertising

Corporate Speech and Advertising

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The Supreme Court takes on a First Amendment case that pits Nike against critics who say the company is lying about its labor practices. At the heart of the debate — when does corporate speech cross a line and become a commercial? Join guest host John Ydstie to talk about Nike and the Supreme Court, and what implications of the case.

Guests:

Jonathan Turley
*Professor of Law at George Washington University

Susan Aaronson
*Senior Fellow and Director of Globalizations Studies at the Keenan Institute in Washington, D.C.

Ira Teinowitz
*Washington Bureau Chief of Advertising Age

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