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  • In the 18th century, a journalist named John Peter Zenger published a series of articles critical of the royal governor, for which he was jailed.

    Bill de Blasio: A Blow to Freedom of the Press

  • In the 18th century, a journalist named John Peter Zenger published a series of articles critical of the royal governor, for which he was jailed.

    Bill de Blasio: A Blow to Freedom of the Press

  • My good friend Jack Zenger, author of The Extraordinary Leader, has just written an article, entitled "Making Yourself Indispensable."

    Marshall Goldsmith: The Indispensable Leader

  • Judges and prosecutors hate this process, since it takes a lot of power away from them, but it has a reason and a purpose in the history of British common law, two notable examples being the notorious Zenger case in the UK and the failure of prosecutions in both fugitive slave cases and prohibition cases.

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  • In the 18th century, a journalist named John Peter Zenger published a series of articles critical of the royal governor, for which he was jailed.

    Bill de Blasio: A Blow to Freedom of the Press

  • In the 18th century, a journalist named John Peter Zenger published a series of articles critical of the royal governor, for which he was jailed.

    Bill de Blasio: A Blow to Freedom of the Press

  • In an address to the American Legion delivered on the steps of Federal Hall in New York in September 1945, after first paying tribute to his ancestor Anthony deMil, who was buried nearby in Trinity churchyard, to John Peter Zenger and to George Washington, who was inaugurated on the same spot, DeMille launched into his primary points:

    Empire of Dreams

  • Through serendipity and the community coming together, they were able to pull together a team of 14 people to take care of 30 chickens to form Eastside Egg Co-op, along with the help of a Heifer International grant at the nonprofit education-based Zenger Farm.

    Rebecca Gerendasy: Community Egg Co-op

  • As Zenger described in his account of the trial, A Brief Narrative of the Case and Trial of John Peter Zenger (1736):

    Jury Nullification: The Right of Free Americans

  • Advocating jury nullification is only unethical if jury nullification is itself unethical– a highly questionable stance, given such historical examples as the Zenger libel case, the nullification of the Fugitive Slave Laws, and the role of nullification in the repeal of Prohibition.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Perhaps the Most Riveting First Chapter I Have Ever Read:

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