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Blasi, Vincent. The Checking Value in First Amendment Theory. 3 A.B.A. Found. Res. J. 521 (1977)
Communication Law and Policy  (IF),  Pub Date : 2020-07-02, DOI: 10.1080/10811680.2020.1766870
Sam Terilli

Professor Vincent Blasi in The Checking Value in First Amendment Theory demonstrated not only his insightful knowledge of the Constitution, history and law, he also revealed his keen understanding of the power of rhetoric: “To become a vital part of the living Constitution, a value must have more than a strong historical and analytical foundation. The value must also succeed at the level of rhetoric; it must have its great quote.” Blasi identified that great quote for the checking value as he concluded the article with the stirring words of Justice Hugo Black’s opinion in New York Times v. United States, more commonly known as the Pentagon Papers case: