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'Monolithic' thinking and the threat to free speech

'Monolithic' thinking and the threat to free speech

There is an escalating battle taking place on University campuses across the United States over free speech and academic freedom.  Earlier this year violent protests forced the cancellation of conservative speakers at the University of California at Berkeley, where the free speech movement was born in 1964. Professor Jack Citrin was a student at Berkeley in the 60's and he's a professor of the Graduate school there now. He says free speech in academia is in jeopardy.

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