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I have to write a paper on the limits of free speech called, "Should it be legal to make offensive comments in modern society?"
Here's the question...
Do citizens of modern democracies have the right to be protected from offensive language? Or do citizens have the right to say what they believe no matter what? Are there limits to the freedom of speech? Support your answer with specific examples from contemporary American society, showing both acceptable and unacceptable levels of offense.
Generally, I am leaning towards 'Yes' it is OK to be offensive. Can you give me your views on where you would set the limit of free speech. Thanks. :-)
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