Free speech

The following article looks at some of the reasons (or pretexts) for challenging or limiting free speech, especially in relation to some of my favourite works or performers.

Note that I have not yet added all the images which go with the material I am discussing. They will come soon.

Have a look at what Wikipedia says about the definition of free speech:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freedom_of_speech

Then go to the drop-down menus of my blog to read about each type of challenge to freedom of expression – or just follow these links:

Click the link for my summary of “do we really have freedom of expression?”

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