Free Speech and Democracy
In his address, Stone emphasizes the need for a critical media. For him, the freedoms of speech and press guaranteed by the Constitution are important… read more
In his address, Stone emphasizes the need for a critical media. For him, the freedoms of speech and press guaranteed by the Constitution are important aspects of democracy, for “to be truly democratic, governments need criticism.” Also stressed by Stone is the vital role played by the Supreme Court in upholding these freedoms. close
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