Lessons in Censorship
Professor Catherine Ross talked about her book Lessons in Censorship: How Schools and Courts Subvert Students' First Amendment Rights, in which she examines the free speech rights of students in school settings.
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Neal McCluskey Director Cato Institute->Center for Educational Freedom
John Samples Vice President and Publisher Cato Institute
Sigal Ben-Porath Professor University of Pennsylvania->Education
Catherine J. Ross Professor George Washington University Law School
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