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On picking up What Snowflakes Get Right: Free Speech, Truth, and Equality on Campus, one might expect a book urging those who dismiss today’s college students’ complaints about institutional racism, persistent sexism, and other societal ills to take them more seriously.
On picking up What Snowflakes Get Right: Free Speech, Truth, and Equality on Campus, one might expect a book urging those who dismiss today’s college students’ complaints about institutional racism, persistent sexism, and other societal ills to take them more seriously.
 
Now, in a “Conflict Over Chapel Hill,” the campus is facing questions about the university’s use of taxpayer money to host the event.
Now, in a “Conflict Over Chapel Hill,” the campus is facing questions about the university’s use of taxpayer money to host the event.
 
Two viewpoints on free speech have been key in expanding or restricting speech. But for the future, a third viewpoint would be a better guiding light.
Two viewpoints on free speech have been key in expanding or restricting speech. But for the future, a third viewpoint would be a better guiding light.
 
Faculty leaders at the University of North Carolina's flagship campus recently signed a resolution supporting First Amendment rights
Faculty leaders at the University of North Carolina's flagship campus recently signed a resolution supporting First Amendment rights
 
I pose a simple question: can free and civil discourse survive inclusion of those who would silence that discourse by any means possible-including violent intimidation
I pose a simple question: can free and civil discourse survive inclusion of those who would silence that discourse by any means possible-including violent intimidation
 
Between the rise of safe spaces, trigger warnings, speaker disinvitations, and the often illiberal conduct of campus demonstrators over the past few years, it's clear that the core constitutional value of free speech is now under siege at our colleges and universities
Between the rise of safe spaces, trigger warnings, speaker disinvitations, and the often illiberal conduct of campus demonstrators over the past few years, it's clear that the core constitutional value of free speech is now under siege at our colleges and universities
 
University of North Carolina system officials apparently need a refresher course on the First Amendment
University of North Carolina system officials apparently need a refresher course on the First Amendment
 
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