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Free Expression on Campus: Mitigating the Costs of Contentious Speakers

Goldberg, Suzanne B.

The debate over how colleges and universities should respond to contentious guest speakers on campus is not a new one. A quick look back to the early 1990s, among other times, shows commentators squaring off much as they do today about the tensions between protecting free expression and ensuring meaningful equality.

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Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy

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July 12, 2018
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