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photoDebate over free speech in the halls of Harvard Law School. A campus committee wants to draft a speech code that would ban offensive language from the classroom. Critics claim First Amendment primacy. The tension between racial sensitivity and free speech at Harvard.

Guests:

Aaron Katz, 2nd year student at Harvard Law School, member of the Committee on Healthy Diversity, member of the Harvard Law Review

Joshua Bloodworth, 3rd year student at Harvard Law School, president of the Black Law Students Association

Nels Peterson, 2nd year student at Harvard Law School, member of the executive board of the Federalist Society

This program aired on November 21, 2002.

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