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The Assault on Freedom of Speech
“I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.” — “The Friends of Voltaire” by S. G. Tallentyre (Evelyn Beatrice Hall).
Most Americans cherish the idea of freedom of speech. Today, however, it is under direct attack, from the White House, courts, even schools, and corporations. It seems many Americans equate freedom of speech with agreeing with what is said, rather than recognizing the importance of allowing those with differing opinions that opportunity to speak.
Today, let’s review a recent Supreme Court case about freedom of speech, then use that as a jumping-off point to consider not only our right to free speech, but the responsibilities that come with it. The answers may not be as clean and easy as you might think. But learning to analyze a situation or story is one of those responsibilities that come with the right to free speech.
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