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What do COVID-19 orders mean for the five freedoms of the First Amendment? Constitutional law professor Josh Blackman joins the show to discuss. Read more


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Note: This is an unedited rush transcript. Please check any quotations against the audio recording. Nico Perrino: Professor Martin, thanks for coming on the show. Cynthia L. Martin: Absolutely. Honored to be invited and thanks for having me. Nico: It’s a weird time to be having a conversation like this. Cynthia: It is, it is.... Read more Read more


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Greg Lukianoff discusses how FIRE is adapting to the coronavirus outbreak and his new article, “Coronavirus and the failure of the ‘Marketplace of Ideas’.” Read more


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How should we justify free speech protections? Duke Law School Professor Joseph Blocher argues that we should consider "Justified True Belief." Read more


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“That’s why we call this book ‘Rap on Trial.’ It’s not art on trial. It’s not music on trial. It’s rap on trial.” Read more


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Do violent video games make people more violent? We speak w/ Prof. Patrick Markey, co-author of "Moral Combat: Why the War on Violent Video Games is Wrong." Read more


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We are joined by Ellen Schrecker to explore how America’s fear of communism in the early- to mid-20th century led to The Red Scare and McCarthyism. Read more


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We celebrate 100 episodes of So to Speak by bringing back popular past guests for a wide-ranging discussion on the state of free speech in America. Read more


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Professor Dale E. Miller and host Nico Perrino discuss the life and philosophy of the English philosopher John Stuart Mill and his 1859 essay “On Liberty." Read more


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Does free speech exist? According to Cardozo Law professor Stanley Fish, it does not. A transcript of professor Fish's conversation with Nico Perrino. Read more



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