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The First Amendment has historically been conceived as operating from the United States' borders inward, or, as Zick terms it, provincially. Law's protections under the provincial approach cover only intraterritorial speakers and believers. At its most pernicious, the approach treats foreign speech as something to be feared--an eroding influence on our constitutionally protected liberties. The logical response has been to fortify the borders, at the expense of anything that might come in or out.
But speaking, worshipping, and traveling across borders are integral parts of modern life and learning. T87x Available online and in print.
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