RR1 - Dweck 1 Abraham Dweck Professor Swanson EN102/ RR1 4...

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Dweck 1 Abraham Dweck Professor Swanson EN102/ RR1 4 February 2009 Freedom of Speech One of the many controversial topics in today’s society is the variable restriction in freedom of speech. However you interpret freedom of speech there is one thing that everyone knows…it’s not really freedom! Whether you are discussing politics amongst friends or raising your hand in class, what you say has been restricted over and over again. While some find this “unconstitutional”, in reality it probably is what keeps the constitution in one piece. Freedom of speech just isn’t what it means, freedom. From the time common sense comes knocking at the door freedom is the last thing on our minds. While it does bring us a “Principle of equal citizenship” (Lawrence), it also brings with it a division amongst people in society. Racism is one of the leading restrictions to free speech, as it is an extremely sensitive topic in such a “free” nation. As Lawrence says, “The problem has been framed as one in which
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2009 for the course IT 100 taught by Professor Pap during the Spring '09 term at Monmouth University-West Long Branch.

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