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See also First Amendment (secondary effects). The First Amendment will not tolerate the total suppression of erotic materials that have some arguably artistic value. It is manifest that society's interest in protecting this type of expression is of a wholly different, and lesser, magnitude than the interest in untrammeled political debate. Even though the First Amendment protects communication in this area from total suppression, the State may legitimately use the content of these materials as the basis for placing them in a different classification from other motion pictures. 

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