Matthew Fraser gave the following speech at a high school assembly in support of a candidate for student
government office:
 

        "I know a man who is firm -- he's firm in his pants, he's firm in his shirt, his character is firm -- but
        most . . . of all, his belief in you, the students of Bethel, is firm.

        Jeff Kuhlman is a man who takes his point and pounds it in. If necessary, he'll take an issue and
        nail it to the wall. He doesn't attack things in spurts -- he drives hard, pushing and pushing until
        finally -- he succeeds.

        Jeff is a man who will go to the very end -- even the climax, for each and every one of you.

        So vote for Jeff for A. S. B. vice-president -- he'll never come between you and the best our
        high school can be."

(In Bethel, the Supreme Court concluded that Fraser's speech could, consistent with the First Amendment, be the basis for disciplinary action by the the Bethel School District.)

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