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Of less interest then, but of at least equal interest today, were the free speech cases, what we would think of as free speech cases, although they weren't always fought out as constitutional issues then, but if you've taken, those of you who are students or used to be law students, which I guess is a lot of you, have taken con law, you may have heard of a case called Gitlow v. New York, (3) one of Justice Holmes's most famous dissents on the free speech issue.
Gitlow v. New York (1925) read the First Amendment, in light of the 14th, as a protection against state restrictions on speech.