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National Review Online
When the editors of the Carrollton Record, a student-run conservative newspaper at Johns Hopkins University, published a story about how tuition dollars had paid for pornography, they were hoping for a controversy that would spark an increase in readership. On May 17, the day after they distributed the issue, all of the copies in the dormitories had in fact been picked up — but not because fellow students had taken them; they had, instead, been seized by the university administration. “I never expected this,” says Jered Ede, author of the controversial article. “I thought Johns Hopkins was committed to the First Amendment, but I guess I was wrong... Download file "'Dirty, Gorgeous' Full-Throated Unfairness"