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Larry Flynt finally sees his plaque at the National Constitution Center

Hustler publisher Larry Flynt visited the National Constitution Center for the first time Tuesday morning, though he has been honored with a plaque there commemorating his work in furthering the First Amendment, since the center opened in 2003.

Larry Flynt finally sees his plaque at the National Constitution Center

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Hustler publisher Larry Flynt checks out his American National Tree plaque at the National Constitution Center on July 26, 2011.
Hustler publisher Larry Flynt checks out his American National Tree plaque at the National Constitution Center on July 26, 2011.

Hustler publisher Larry Flynt visited the National Constitution Center for the first time Tuesday morning, though he has been honored with a plaque there commemorating his work in furthering the First Amendment, since the center opened in 2003. Flynt appears on the American National Tree, which features 100 Americans, some famous, some largely unknown, whose actions advanced and protect the constitution. Flynt was in town for a Free Library event Tuesday night promoting his book “"One Nation Under Sex: How the Private Lives of Presidents, First Ladies and Their Lovers Changed the Course of American History.

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