White nationalist Richard Spencer could speak on the University of Cincinnati campus with a proposed date in March. Many believe Spencer and others like him who engage in provocative or hateful rhetoric should not be allowed to speak on college campuses. The Newseum Institute’s 2017 State of the First Amendment survey found that 43 percent of respondents felt that colleges should have the right to ban controversial campus speakers. But even speech that many consider to be offensive or hateful...
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