To speak, or not to speak? Alan Tudge is once again worried about free speech on campus, fretting that “left activists have forgotten what freedom of speech means.”
He’s right to be concerned: as Minister for Education and Youth, it’s his portfolio. But he seems to have forgotten that the right not to speak is also a fundamental civil liberty. The non-speakers in question are the editors of Honi Soit, the University of Sydney’s eminent student newspaper.
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