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Free Speech and the Anti-Gay Shift
The exercise of a movement opponent’s right to free speech may have the opposite effect of what is intended. Reverend Fred Phelps’ rhetoric against homosexuals is likely to drive people to be more tolerant of the homosexual ...
Book Review: Military Chaplains & Religious Diversity
Religious diversity and the free exercise of religion in the military become more complicated as the number of religions represented continues to grow. The author gives a review of Kim Philip Hansen’s book Military Chaplains ...
Free Speech for Holocaust Deniers—It is the American Way
Free speech in the United States is a First Amendment right guaranteed to citizens of the country. However, the author discusses the right in the context of deeply offending others—when somebody uses their First Amendment ...