Anthony Lewis “Freedom for the Thought That We Hate”
January 20th, 2008
Freedom of speech is a bedrock of American constitutional law. Its application, however, has been problematic ever since the day the ink dried on the Bill of Rights. Pulitzer Prizewinning former New York Times columnist Anthony Lewis explores the legal history of the First Amendment, in his book “Freedom for the Thought That We Hate” — making it clear how much the notion of “free speech” continues to change and evolve.
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