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Bullying Speech and the Right to Boo

October 24, 1992

The fans had the very best right to boo O'Connor off the stage. They paid their way in. Where does it say in the Constitution of the United States of America that only the "offender" has the right of free speech and the offended must stand mute? Is dissent censorship? Or is it only censorship when it is not politically correct?

TERRENCE BEASOR

Santa Monica

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