Civil liberties: opposing viewpoints
A collection of essays discussing both sides of such topics as restricting freedom of expression, the right to privacy, the separation of church and state, and how the Internet affects civil liberties
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Why Consider Opposing Viewpoints?
Free Speech Should Not Be Restricted
Hate Speech Should Not Be Restricted
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