Living Daily with Civil Rights Challenges at KU, circa 1949-1952
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This essay was originally published in the Washington Times.
The First Amendment is first, not simply because it falls at the beginning of a list of amendments, but because it articulates the first freedom and the nature of that freedom. It guarantees the freedom essential to humans as rational beings.
By connecting the freedom of … Keep Reading