Campus protestors have shut down recent speeches by Charles Murray, James Watson, Ben Shapiro – and even the Factual Feminist herself. While some observers claim that free speech on campus is in crisis, others argue that college students are more likely support free speech than any other group. Who’s right? AEI’s Christina Hoff Sommers looks at the data to see if free speech on campus is really in danger.
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Washington Post article https://goo.gl/b8zFRb
Vox article https://goo.gl/8r2Qai
General Social Survey http://gss.norc.org/
Gallup/Knight Foundation Study https://goo.gl/Pg9XWM
Reflections on the revolution in Middlebury https://goo.gl/CAYvLv
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