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Origin of free speech
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Its insidious reach enters into medical offices and chokes off the free-speech rights of the people trying to work there.
Jacob Mchangama, a free-speech activist and author in Copenhagen, agrees.
But following an outcry from free-speech advocates and fellow filmmakers, officials eventually backed down.
From that, he notes, we derive everything essential in American free-speech rights.
He's always proud to see American citizens exercising their free-speech rights.
During the next few years after the schism of 1908 these free-speech struggles became rather frequent.
They cannot sustain a live organization unless they have a strike or free-speech fight to stimulate their spirit.An American Idyll|Cornelia Stratton Parker
Weinstock, Harris, report on San Diego free-speech fight, 266.
No attempt is made here to go into the various strikes and free-speech controversies in more than a very cursory manner.
The most serious of these was the Everett free-speech controversy which culminated in the fatal tragedy of November 6, 1916.