The Eternally Radical Idea

The Eternally Radical Idea
The Eternally Radical Idea

Nadine Strossen, former head of the ACLU from 1991 to 2008, explains that the trope about shouting 'fire' in a crowded theater is misunderstood and misused. Read more


The Eternally Radical Idea

Nadine Strossen, former head of the ACLU from 1991 to 2008, explains that free speech is a concept bigger than the First Amendment's speech protection. Read more


The Eternally Radical Idea

Between 2015 and 2020, the annual number of incidents in which professors/scholars were targeted for ideological reasons has increased from 28 to 120. Read more


The Eternally Radical Idea

Nadine Strossen, former head of the ACLU from 1991 to 2008, explains why hate speech laws backfire. Read more


The Eternally Radical Idea

Greg Lukianoff and Jon Haidt examine the role social media plays in young people's deteriorating mental health. Read more


The Eternally Radical Idea

Sean Stevens and Komi German respond to criticism of FIRE's Scholar's Under FIRE database. Read more


The Eternally Radical Idea

It has been a tough three years — for universities, for many Western democracies, and for humanity. Read more


The Eternally Radical Idea

Jon Haidt and I have been working on an Afterword to update our findings and thinking from our 2018 book “The Coddling of The American Mind.” Read more


The Eternally Radical Idea

Nadine Strossen, former head of the ACLU from 1991 to 2008, explains why freedom of speech is not only for the powerful or one ideological group. Read more


The Eternally Radical Idea

Nadine Strossen answers bad arguments against free speech, including whether speech can be violence, and does free speech assume speech is powerless? Read more



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