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Appalachian State’s six-foot monument to free speech

February 26, 2007

by Mike Adams

When one embarks upon a mission to eliminate speech codes from college campuses it’s tough to know where to start. Some codes ban speech that is merely “offensive.” Some ban speech that is “maligning.” Others ban speech that “challenges.” Imagine a college that guarantees a four year education without any fear of being challenged. It’s as easy as imagining a worthless college education... Download file "Appalachian State's six-foot monument to free speech"

Schools: Appalachian State University Cases: Appalachian State University: Speech Code Repeal