7 edition of Free Speech found in the catalog.
August 15, 2007 by Referencepoint Press .
Written in English
|Series||Compact Research Series|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||103|
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Free Speech is an unfailingly eloquent and learned book that delights as well as instructs."—Robert Post, Dean and Sol & Lillian Goldman Professor of Law, Yale Law School "There are still countless people risking their lives to defend free speech and struggling to make lonely voices heard in corners around the world where voices are hard to by: "[A] virtue of Free Speech on Campus is its attentiveness to the history and importance of freedom of speech and thought in higher education."—Jonathan Marks, Weekly Standard “ Free Speech on Campus is a well-written, valuable, and timely book which meaningfully addresses complex and difficult by: 4.
The definition of speech itself has been broadened to encompass "symbolic speech," which consists of actions that express opinions; thus, U.S. courts have held that burning the American flag as a protest is protected speech.
See G. Stone, Perilous Times: Free Speech in Wartime from the Sedition Act of to the War on Terrorism (). Free speech is the bedrock of a healthy society, but how do we deal with the torrents of horrible comments—and worse—we see on the internet every day. Timothy Garton Ash, author of Free Speech: Ten Principles for A Connected World, outlines a plan for navigating the complexities and recommends the best books to help us think about free speech.
“The novel shows what the suppression of not just speech but thought results in.” Of course, they know the consequences. The book has a literal free speech theme. They write anonymous postcards attacking Hitler and drop them all around Berlin. As it happens, this has little practical consequence.
Free Speech TV is a hour television network and multi-platform digital news source, currently available in 37 million television homes nationwide. Because freedom of speech is a right that other rights depend on, this book encompasses vast areas of 21st-century dispute. Garton Ash’s principles are those of John Stuart : Nick Cohen.
Facebook Restricts Speech by Popular Demand. The Constitution protects free speech, but internet companies are succumbing to public pressure to restrict it.