How a Journalist’s Refusal to Testify Against the Black Panthers Changed First Amendment Rights — TIME

In the fall of 1968, journalist Earl Caldwell had just gotten back to the New York Times‘ offices in New York City from a reporting trip in California. As he recalls, he was at his desk for no more than five minutes when a receptionist told him that two men were at the office and…

How a Journalist’s Refusal to Testify Against the Black Panthers Changed First Amendment Rights — TIME

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