Two of my main passions — in work as well as in the rest of my life — are jazz and the Constitution, which interact. Jazz, banned by Hitler and Stalin, is America's great contribution of free expression globally, and, as Supreme Court Justice William Brennan once told me, "The First Amendment's freedom of speech protects all the rest of our liberties."
GUEST COMMENTARY: Jazz masters taught lessons about freedom and purpose
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