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University keeps free speech boxed in

By October 11, 2004

For about 20 years, people who have wished to exercise their First Amendment right to free speech on campus have been confined to a small area off of the King Memorial Commons. Free speech - especially at a public university - should be unrestricted, as long as it doesn’t hinder the educational purpose for which the school was established... Download file "5"

Schools: Northern Illinois University