Freedom of Speech Analytical Essay by Neatwriter

Freedom of Speech
An analysis of the issue of freedom of speech in the United States, with a focus on internet pornography.
# 60617 | 1,308 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Sep 04, 2005 in Law (Constitution) , English (Analysis) , Hot Topics (Censorship)

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This paper discusses and analyzes the topic of freedom of speech. Specifically, it examines the question of whether freedom of speech should be abridged in order to protect children from pornography on the internet. The paper contends that internet pornography should not be a free speech issue, but rather a parenting and control issue.

From the Paper:

"Many people in America that their right to free speech for granted. However, the people who founded our country fought for this right, among many others, and it is one of the most important and valuable rights we enjoy as a country. In fact, it was the first freedom mentioned in the Amendments to the Constitution (Editors). Unfortunately, freedom of speech is also one of the most hotly debated freedoms in many areas, because some people believe that some forms of speech and/or public display are not appropriate. Internet pornography is one of these areas, because it is so controversial, and because children can see pornography, anyone can if they know where to look online."

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