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Harvard dean warns about criticism of school, prompts free speech concerns

George Washington Law professor Jonathan Turley takes issue with the “anti-free speech movement that has swept over higher education,” pointing to a recent op-ed from Harvard University as a prime example. Lawrence Bobo, the Dean of Social Science, expressed a desire for “calmer times on campus” following the recent anti-Israel occupations that swept college campuses and even involved faculty members. In contrast, Turley, in his critique, highlighted Bobo’s view that criticizing university leaders or school policies is now viewed as “outside the bounds of acceptable professional conduct.” “A faculty member’s right to free speech does not amount to a blank check to engage in behaviors that plainly incite external actors — be it the media, alumni, donors, federal agencies, or the government — to intervene in Harvard’s affairs,”  the dean wrote. “Along with freedom of expression and the protection of tenure comes a responsibility to exercise good professional judgment and to refrain from conscious action that would seriously harm the University and its independence.” He applied the well-known “crowded theater” analogy in his argument. “But many faculty at Harvard enjoy an external stature that also opens to them much broader platforms for potential advocacy,” Bobo said. “Figures such as Raj Chetty ’00, Henry Louis Gates Jr., Jill Lepore, or Steven A. Pinker have well-earned notoriety that reaches far beyond the academy.” “Would it simply be an ordinary act of free speech for those faculty to repeatedly denounce the University, its students, fellow faculty, or leadership? The truth is that free speech has limits — it’s why you can’t escape sanction for shouting ‘fire’ in a crowded theater,” he continued. The remarkable factor here is that Bobo is responding to radical leftists, not those right of center. But his call for more responsible speech treads on the sacred right to free

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TUCKER: Glenn Greenwald – Free Speech

Please Follow us on Gab, Minds, Telegram, Rumble, GETTR, Truth Social, Twitter How do you know American politics is dominated by a uniparty that seeks to oppress you? Because both sides oppose free speech. Glenn Greenwald explains. How do you know American politics is dominated by a uniparty that seeks to oppress you? Because both sides oppose free speech. Glenn Greenwald explains.#PaidPartnership pic.twitter.com/p5cOJLiGsN — Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) June 18, 2024 ‘NO AD’ subscription for CDM!  Sign up here and support real investigative journalism and help save the republic!‘   Donald Trump: Against All Odds Lara Trump Looks As If She Doesn’t Care About Real Election Integrity, Nor Does Michael Whatley The post TUCKER: Glenn Greenwald – Free Speech appeared first on CDM – Human Reporters • Not Machines.

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