#SOFA2018

Does it really matter that Americans don’t know exactly what the First Amendment says?

First Amendment

Americans are generally aware that the First Amendment gives them the right to express themselves but are pretty fuzzy on its actual details.
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Navigating Free Speech on Campus: A Matter of Clarity and Consistency

Freedom of Speech

If a public institution dedicated to the sharing of knowledge and ideas is the wrong place for controversial thoughts, what is the appropriate venue?
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2018 State of First Amendment Survey Reveals People Believe in Media as Watchdog

State of the First Amendment, #SOFA2018

The most encouraging part of the 2018 State of the First Amendment survey is the public’s embrace of the ideal of the media serving as the watchdog of a free
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We Hate “False News” Even More Than We Hate “Hate” On Social Media

Gene Policinski, headshot

The 2018 State of the First Amendment survey found that the more we know about our First Amendment freedoms, the less likely we are to agree with placing limits on those freedoms.
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