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HeadLocke No. 70: Free speech isn’t killing us, government regulation would make things worse

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HeadLocke No. 70: Free speech isn’t killing us, government regulation would make things worse

 
 
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A recent New York Times column proclaimed “Free speech is killing us.” But Robby Soave, associate editor of Reason, wonders how that claim could be true when violent crime is lower than ever. Soave examined at Reason.com the Times column’s dire warnings about purported dangers linked to hate speech. He discusses his research with Mitch Kokai. They also tie the provocative Times column to key themes from Soave’s book Panic Attack: Young Radicals in the Age of Trump.

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