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He brought 45 First Amendment cases to the United States Supreme Court between 1939 and 1955. His success rate before the court is second only to future Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall. He handled as many as 50 major cases a year and is responsible for much of the First Amendment doctrine we take for... Read more Read more


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We connect with Harvey Silverglate to discuss FIRE’s founding, the origins of his interest in campus civil liberties, and what he sees for his creation’s future. Read more


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On today’s episode of So to Speak: The Free Speech Podcast, journalist Kevin Williamson joins us to discuss his new book. Read more


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One year ago this week, “The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting Up a Generation for Failure” was published. Read more


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On today’s episode of So to Speak, we are joined by Alex Abdo to discuss free speech, privacy, and President Donald Trump’s Twitter account. Read more


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Three writers submitted 20 fake papers to academic journals — seven were accepted. What did they try to prove? We examine the "Grievance Studies Affair." Read more


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David French joins us to discuss “David French-ism” and “the battle dividing conservatives” over civil liberties. Read more


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On today’s episode of So to Speak, Sarah Lawrence professor Samuel Abrams joins us to discuss the response to his op-ed and the future of academic freedom. Read more


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On today’s episode of So to Speak, we are joined by James LaRue, the former director of the American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom. Read more


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Today’s episode of So to Speak is all about simplifying intellectual property law for you — and explaining why free speech advocates should care about it. Read more



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