Should Free Speech Have Limitations? with Greg Lukianoff



Sure, we've got The First Amendment, but do people really have the right to say whatever they want whenever and wherever they want? Or should there be healthy limits to free speech in America? Today, Patrick sits down with Greg Lukianoff to discuss. Greg is the co-author of the NYT bestseller, "The Coddling of the American Mind," as well as the President and CEO of the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression. Listen as the two dive into the history of the "radical" idea of freedom of speech and why it's necessary for healthy politics and democracy itself. Greg also shares some of the present-day threats to freedom of speech, such as Big Tech, social media censoring, and the rise of political correctness. Plus, do the downfalls to freedom of speech outweigh the benefits? Listen now!

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