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Phone (614) 486-9621
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The Tolerant Society: The First Amendment

Wednesday, Jan 22 7:00p
Upper Arlington Public Library Upper Arlington, OH

Lee bollinger, president of columbia university and former dean of the university of michigan school of law, has written that the value of the first amendment in american society is its ability to produce collective restraint in confronting anti-social behavior. join jeffrey vernon, doctoral candidate at osu, to discuss bollinger's concept of "the tolerant society," as it relates to recent events and a century of court decisions controlling extremist and anti-social speech.

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Upper Arlington Public Library
2800 Tremont Rd.
Upper Arlington, OH 43212
(614) 486-9621
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