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The Supreme Court's decision in Republican Party of Minnesota v.
White has understandably caused consternation among the American
judiciary and legal profession. The principal concern aroused, apart from
the holding itself, is whether restrictions may validly be imposed on
judges and judicial candidates on forms of speech other than speeches in
judicial election campaigns. Speeches by the candidates in judicial
election campaigns was the issue immediately involved in White and I
will have a few observations regarding that issue.
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