resist official and traditional histories of the United States that misrepresent and exclude Asian Americans and Chinese writings that ignore women and abuse and the link between these.
An example of these unedited divulgences
is the public company executive who bragged about his sexual prowess on Twitter, or the one who used a racist epithet on YouTube.
282) "If the Fifth Amendment is to stand for our constitutional preference for an accusatorial system," the court argued, "it must protect the divulgence
of the contents of one's mind, one's thought processes, when those testimonial divulgences
--be they oral or written communications-would self-incriminate.
Whereas voluntary divulgences
are beyond the scope of Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination because the utterances have not been compelled, only extraordinary societal justification or prosecutorial immunity will justify government compulsion of evoked utterances.
These little divulgences
kept the set fresh and upheld the off-the-wall atmosphere.
Ward and Weiden describe how nearly 100 mostly conservative former clerks and current Court advocates condemned the clerks' divulgences
in a joint letter published in the Legal Times: see Ward and Weiden, above n 1, 18.