On October 30, 1973, a New York radio station broadcast comedian George Carlin's recorded monologue, "Filthy Words,"' which consisted primarily of the repetitive use of seven four-letter words depicting sexual or excretory organs and activities, which could not be said on the public airways.
"Broadcasters' First Amendment Rights Through the Courts with "The Seven Dirty Words:" F.C.C. v. Pacifica Foundation,"
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