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A new free speech survey presents the opinions of 471 college presidents on the state of free speech and inclusion on college campuses across America. Read more


A survey conducted by FIRE and YouGov analyzed 2,225 college students’ attitudes toward expression, association on campus, and civil rights and liberties. Read more


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On Friday, the Newseum Institute issued its annual “State of the First Amendment” report, detailing the results of a survey—conducted in partnership with USA Today—of American attitudes toward free speech and the First Amendment. This is the 19th edition of the report, which began in 1997 and helps track American... Read more Read more


Public opinion data on student attitudes toward expression, censorship, disinvitations, and hate speech from a survey conducted by FIRE and YouGov. 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


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This is the second post delving into the results of FIRE’s ‘Speaking Freely’ report on college students’ attitudes toward expression on American campuses. Read more


Recently, government efforts to fight sexual harassment on campus using Title IX have sometimes overstepped the bounds of the law and the Constitution. Read more


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FIRE's Free Speech Rankings is the most comprehensive survey of how students feel about their free speech rights on campus. Our critics should check it out. Read more


98 U.S. 145 (1879) REYNOLDS v. UNITED STATES.         Supreme Court of United States.    *151 Mr. George W. Biddle and Mr. Ben Sheeks for the plaintiff in error.The Attorney-General and The Solicitor-General, contra.*153 MR. CHIEF JUSTICE WAITE delivered the opinion of the court.The assignments of error,... Read more Read more



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