“"They didn't understand that any infringement on our First Amendment rights could open the door to greater, future censorship. They didn't see how the warning label could (and would) be used to prevent them from knowing about and even having access to those 'cool records.' Stores would eventually use the warning label as a way of segregating 'offensive' recordings from others. Some wouldn't even put records with warning labels in racks, others wouldn't carry 'stickered' albums, and still others would use their buying power to force labels to produce edited and censored versions specifically for their chains of stores."”
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