Should Nazis have the right to free speech? | The Tylt
White supremacist Richard Spencer is speaking at the University of Florida and has the entire campus bracing for violence; with one teacher called the situation a "powder keg." Florida's governor declared a state of emergency in Gainesville, and many are saying Spencer―or anyone who advocates for ethnic cleansing―shouldn't be allowed to speak. Others say even hate is protected by the First Amendment, and the answer to repugnant speech is more speech that decries bigotry and violence. What do you think?
Should Nazis have the right to free speech?
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