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Young Attitudes on First Amendment Dip

Only about half of America's high school students think newspapers should be allowed to publish freely, without government approval of their stories. Host Jennifer Ludden talks with Hodding Carter III, the president and CEO of the Knight Foundation, about the findings of the findings of a recent study, "The Future of the First Amendment."

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