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In order for the media to be sued for libel, the media must act with what intent? A. actual malice B. personal slander C. criminal intent D. civil disobedience
In order for the media to be sued for libel, the media must act with actual malice.
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Votes from Illinois / Texas were in question in the 1960 election between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon.

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