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INSIDE THE FIRST AMENDMENT: Five freedoms fueled by 1963 'March'

7:16 PM, Sep. 3, 2013
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Much was made last week about the 50th anniversary of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s famed "I have a Dream" speech.

On Aug. 28, 1963, King's speech closed out the "March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom." It set out a historic milepost in the civil rights movement. But King and other speakers - including Walter Reuther, long-time president of the United Auto Workers - also called for equal opportunity in employment.

That focus on workers was right in keeping with the First Amendment, the "blue collar worker" part of the Bill of Rights. The nine other amendments set out limits to government ...

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