Courts often prohibit special interest groups from distributing literature in shopping
Courts often prohibit special-interest groups from distributing literature in shopping malls. Mall managements claim that these centers are private property. However, these groups argue that the mall is the modern day version of the town square and as such is a public forum. Find some recent court cases involving this free speech issue and examine the arguments pro and con. What is the status of the mall as a public forum? Do you agree with this concept?
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