Should the Feds Try to Save Free Speech on Campus?

May 26, 2017

By George Leef on The National Review

The federal government has accumulated such far-reaching powers that it’s tempting to want to employ them to solve problems that those of us on the right see, now that the government is (temporarily and to some unknown degree) under our control. Here’s an example — the relentless assault on free speech on college campuses. Why not use the government’s power over higher education (constitutionally unwarranted though it is) to crack down on schools that fail to uphold First Amendment values?

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