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January 4, 1964 - Robert Kraus

January 4, 1964 - Robert Kraus

The New Yorker - Saturday, January 4, 1964 - Issue # 2029 - Vol. 39 - N° 46 - Cover by : Robert Kraus

The New Yorker - Saturday, January 4, 1964 - Issue # 2029 - Vol. 39 - N° 46 - Cover by : Robert Kraus

Self-Portait [for The New Yorker profile] | Robert Rauschenberg, Self-Portait [for The New Yorker profile] (1964)

Self-Portait [for The New Yorker profile] | Robert Rauschenberg, Self-Portait [for The New Yorker profile] (1964)

The New Yorker - Saturday, November 21, 1964 - Issue # 2075 - Vol. 40 - N° 40 - Cover by : Robert Kraus

The New Yorker - Saturday, November 21, 1964 - Issue # 2075 - Vol. 40 - N° 40 - Cover by : Robert Kraus

Robert Kraus : Cover art for The New Yorker 2075 - 21 November 1964

Robert Kraus : Cover art for The New Yorker 2075 - 21 November 1964

Jan. 4, 1964

Jan. 4, 1964

Robert Kraus : Cover art for The New Yorker 2029 - 4 January 1964

Robert Kraus : Cover art for The New Yorker 2029 - 4 January 1964

Tangier Street (II), 1952 Robert Rauschenberg as Photographer - The New Yorker

Tangier Street (II), 1952 Robert Rauschenberg as Photographer - The New Yorker

Robert Kennedy campaigns in a small Indiana town in 1968. Photograph by Burt Glinn/Magnum.

Robert Kennedy campaigns in a small Indiana town in 1968. Photograph by Burt Glinn/Magnum.

Defamation is a creature of common law, predating the United States but hugely changed in the 20th century by the Supreme Court interpreting the 1st amendment. Prosser (textbook read far and wide by 1Ls everywhere) says that the big cases are: NYT v Sullivan, 376 US 254 (1964); St. Amant v Thompson 390 US 727 (1968); Masson v New Yorker Magazine 501 US 496; and Gertz v Robert Welch 418 US 323.  When the detailed punditry discuss this they talk about some of the same cases.

Defamation is a creature of common law, predating the United States but hugely changed in the 20th century by the Supreme Court interpreting the 1st amendment. Prosser (textbook read far and wide by 1Ls everywhere) says that the big cases are: NYT v Sullivan, 376 US 254 (1964); St. Amant v Thompson 390 US 727 (1968); Masson v New Yorker Magazine 501 US 496; and Gertz v Robert Welch 418 US 323. When the detailed punditry discuss this they talk about some of the same cases.

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