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James Flynn '20 is the former Section Manager for the Culture Section of the Brown Political Review. James can be reached at james_flynn1@brown.edu

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Free speech and the protection of vulnerable minority groups are two vital commitments of liberal democracies. Ideally, and indeed a lot of the time, the two work in harmony; but sometimes they appear to conflict. One touchy case of such a conflict i...

On the Laws that Prohibit Holocaust Denial

Free speech and the protection of vulnerable minority groups are two vital commitments of liberal democracies. Ideally, and indeed a lot of the time, the two work in harmony; but sometimes they appear to conflict. One touchy case of such a conflict i...

Classical literature has played a role in political rhetoric in the United States since the country’s founding. In defense of the First Amendment, John Adams directly quoted the Roman historian Sallust when he called the English government “a ven...

Classical Contextomy

Classical literature has played a role in political rhetoric in the United States since the country’s founding. In defense of the First Amendment, John Adams directly quoted the Roman historian Sallust when he called the English government “a ven...