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This month in an important victory for free speech on campus, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit held that Temple University's former sexual harassment policy was unconstitutional. While free speech advocates from across the ideological spectrum cheered the Third Circuit's ruling in DeJohn v. Temple University, some critics expressed dismay at what they deemed a "very ominous" example of "activist judging." These critics are wrong - and it's important for both students and university administrators to understand why... Download file "The Court Got It Right"