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"What are the limits to free speech in schools?"

The Conversation US, October 28, 2015

Citing a rule that barred all images displaying drugs and alcohol, an official of a middle school in Vermont told Zachary Guiles in 2004 to remove a t-shirt that called President George W. Bush a “chicken hawk,” showed three lines of cocaine, a razor blade and a portrait of the president holding a martini glass.

 

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