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Who's to blame for our censorious students?

30 September 2022

9:05 PM

30 September 2022

9:05 PM

Without freedom of speech, you do not have a university. More than any other value, it is freedom of speech that most defines the university, that makes it a special place in society set aside for debate and inquiry in which speech and thought should be freer than in practically any other workplace or institution.

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