Are Protest Organizers Responsible For Anything That Happens at a Protest? Louisiana Just Said Yes.

There’s lots of gnashing of teeth and beating of breasts these days over various threats to free speech. So it’s a little perplexing that a recent decision by the Louisiana State Supreme Court that represents a remarkably blatant infringement on the 1st Amendment rights of demonstrators has gotten little notice.

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I’m the author of The Wisdom of Crowds. I’ve been a business columnist for Slate and The New Yorker and written for a wide range of other publications.

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I’m the author of The Wisdom of Crowds. I’ve been a business columnist for Slate and The New Yorker and written for a wide range of other publications.

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