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‘Free speech’ cries ring hollow on college campuses and beyond

April 19, 2006

by Nat Hentoff

While the most embattled cartoons in the history of that genre have receded from the front pages, the fallout lives on. Just last week, the animated and often-controversial South Park television show took on the issue and was rebuffed when its creators tried to depict the prophet in a scene... Download file "'Free speech' cries ring hollow on college campuses and beyond"

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