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What differs in a defamation suit when the plaintiff is a public figure, as opposed to when the plaintiff is not a public figure?
a. Punitive damages are available.
b. The plaintiff need not prove actual injury to the reputation.
c. The plaintiff can recover even when the statement is a mere opinion.
d. The plaintiff must prove that the statement was made with malice.
e. The plaintiff must prove that the statement was made in writing.

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