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Limits of Free Speech and Expulsion of a Student from Brown University
Did Hann Deserve this Punishment?
The limits of free speech have always been a subject of argument between colleges and universities. It shows itself once more in the case of Doug Hann, when he started throwing out abusive, racial and religious words at black and Jewish people. This wasn't the first time that Mr. Hann did this. But surely, this was the incident that cost him to lose his educational future and accordingly he expelled from Brown University. Since there is free speech, Hann should not have been expelled from Brown University even though he passed the barrier on expressing hateful, racial, and religious ideas. He only spoke flagrantly; he didn't physically harm anyone which would have broken the university laws.
On the night of October 18, 1990, Hann was celebrating his twenty-first birthday.…
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