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Robert McCrum at the British newspaper the Guardianoffers his pick of Mark Twain’s Life On the Mississippi for number 56 in the 100 best nonfiction books.
"What Press Freedom Means When You Can Just Press 'Tweet'": Law professorNoah Feldman has this essay online today at Bloomberg View
"When Politics Becomes Existential": Today at the "Election Law Blog," Richard Pildes has a post that begins, "Judge Laurence H. Silberman has been a respected conservative judge for more than 30 years on the D.C. Circuit and has extensive executive branch experience as well."
"Court sides with gun blogger who posted officials' contact info": Bob Egelko of The San Francisco Chronicle has an article that begins, "In a victory for gun advocates, a federal judge said Monday that California appears to have violated freedom of speech with a law allowing public officials -- including legislators who voted for gun-control laws -- to prevent online posting of their addresses and phone numbers."
"A Constitutional Right to Facebook and Twitter? Supreme Court Weighs In." Adam Liptak of The New York Times hasthis report.