Americans have long treasured the concept of free speech. But now, in a world of extreme political divisiveness and the anonymity of the internet, it seems free speech may be under attack.
Americans have long treasured the concept of free speech. But now, in a world of extreme political divisiveness and the anonymity of the internet, it seems free speech may be under attack. File photo by Frank Franklin II The Associated Press
Americans have long treasured the concept of free speech. But now, in a world of extreme political divisiveness and the anonymity of the internet, it seems free speech may be under attack. File photo by Frank Franklin II The Associated Press

Do we still believe in free speech? Only until we disagree

June 29, 2017 05:00 AM

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