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who the author is addressing - Christine Potts Who Are The...

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Who Are The Readers? The articles written in 75 Readings of Anthology obviously were written with intent of some specific readers in mind. "Should This Student Have Been Expelled" by Nat Hentoff, addresses the technicalities of the amendment freedom of speech. Although some people believe that you have the right to say whatever you want, there are certain stipulations that apply. You can't go out into the world yelling or proclaiming whatever you want. Some organizations, such as schools or workplaces, have certain rules of conduct. If you want to be a part of them, you have to somewhat sacrifice your rights. For instance, your professor can't direct ethnic slurs at the class or an employee can't express how he or she is truly feeling about an unruly customer to them. I think that Nat Hentoff wrote this article to address certain unspoken rules of society. Her readers were meant to be people that are not as aware of what their spoken words can lead to and the problems they may cause. "Shouting 'Fire!'" by Alan M. Dershowitz wrote this column with intents
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