"Our commitment of freedom of expression demands that it cannot be suppressed unless the situations created by allowing the freedom are pressing and the community interest is endangered.  The anticipated danger should not be remote, conjectural of far-fetched. It should have proximate and direct nexus with the expression.  The expression of thought should be intrinsically dangerous to the public interest.  In other words, the expression should be inseparably locked up with the action contemplated like the equivalent of a "spark in a powder keg".

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