freedom of speech

On Campus Free Speech

Is it a goal in and of itself, or a tool toward other goals that universities are supposed to nurture? A debate.

By Erwin Chemerinsky Sigal Ben-Porath

What Universities Owe Democracy

Universities’ four core functions help liberal democracy flourish. But at this historical moment, they must do even more.

By Ronald J. Daniels

Talk is Cheap

Conservatives troubled by the President's attack on journalism might reconsider their party's relationship to right-wing media.

By Nathan Pippenger

In Trump's America, Dissenters Beware

In the past year, there have been troubling signs that government actors are looking to stifle dissenting speech, harking back to a long history of crackdowns on protesters and civil rights activists.

By Jonathan Blanks