The Day Free Speech Died at Harvard Law SchoolBy Avrahm Berkowitz March 30, 2016. A Wednesday. How anticlimactic. Perhaps, however, it is best to start at the beginning, as free speech has been nursing its wounds for some time now. There is a perception that being liberal is synonymous with tolerance. As youth tends to spawn idealism, it would follow that the most liberal campuses are home to the most tolerant student body. Read the full article here: http://observer.com/2016/04/the-day-free-speech-died-at-harvard-law-school/
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