Seaver: It's The Real Thing

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The author concludes with apologizing and stating that nobody stopped for a moment to denounce whether “it’s the real thing” came from somewhere and that it was explicitly used in a book review in quotations by Peter S. Prescott concerning his opinion. Seaver claims that Coca-Cola does not own the phrase “It’s the real thing” and emphasizes that Grove Press will “...defend to the death your right to use ‘It’s the real thing’...” (para 4). Prior to, Seaver illustrates how his company is protected under the first amendment. The first amendment in our Bill of Rights is the freedom of speech and because of the fact that it is the first, it should be the most recognizable. He uses this in order to prove to Herbert that Coca-Cola cannot take legal
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