Regulation Specialists: School ‘Protected Areas’ Unsafe for Free Speech

November 15, 2015

By Staff at The Standard Times

College "safe spaces," where students can hide away from viewpoints that might cause them distress, go against the nation’s First Amendment and even what universities should stand for, according to Constitutional law experts.

"They want complete control over their personal lives, over their sex lives, over the use of drugs, but they want mommy and daddy dean to please give them a safe place, to protect them from ideas that maybe are insensitive, maybe will make them think," attorney Alan Dershowitz told ...

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