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As long as they don't discriminate against certain speakers or messages, what's wrong with campus free-speech zones?

First Amendment advocates say an entire campus should be a free-speech zone because the purpose of a public college or university is to allow and to explore all points of view. Free-speech supporters thus express suspicion that designating zones is a way of limiting and discouraging free speech.



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