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Free speech, academic freedom, and media access

By | May 19, 2014

“Free speech” is inherently a slippery idea. Its essence is that the government can’t prevent you from holding opinions or from voicing those opinions in public. But it explicitly does NOT entail that anyone has to give you as much as a soapbox to stand on in making your opinions public. In this pretty open media age of… Read More »