This brief book provides a stimulating addition to courses, and a way to engage students in critical thinking about issues. The Boundaries of Free Speech is a thoughtful and well illustrated overview of a major public issue which highlights three or four courses of action that could be taken, as well as arguments for and against each position.Censorship News, a newsletter published by the New Yorkbased National Coalition Against Censorship, tracks efforts to restrict free dom of expression. ... For different perspectives on the campus response to hate speech, see Mary Ellen Galea#39;s essay on aCurbing Racial Speech, a in the ... the people who helped choose this yeara#39;s topics and took part in discussions about how they should be approached.
|Title||:||The Boundaries of Free Speech|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences & World Languages - 1991-09-01|