101 Minn. L. Rev. 1987 (2016-2017)
Free Speech, Higher Education, and the PC Narrative

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Free   Speech, Higher Education, and the
PC   Narrative


Heidi  Kitrossert

I.    The First Amendment's Political and Cultural Roles 1993
II.   Campus  PC Debates, Then and Now .......    ...... 1998
      A. Methodology in Selecting Press Reports To
         Review  ................................. 1998
      B.  Campus PC  Debates: 1989-1995 .      ............ 2000
          1. Defining PC and Sounding the Alarm ............ 2000
          2. And Yet . .. A Relative Consensus on Formal
             Speech Restrictions           ............ ........ 2003
          3. The Arguments Against Formal Speech
             Sanctions    ....................... ..... 2007
          4. Disputes over Informal Pressures ..... .... 2008
      C.  Campus  PC Debates: 2014-2016 .......        ...... 2013
          1. Major PC Practices, Policies, and Events
             Cited in the Reports          .................... 2014
          2. The Nature of Anti-PC Criticisms ..... .... 2023
          3. Arguments Made  in PC's Defense ..... ....2030
          4. Anti-PC Backlash   ...................... 2034
III.  Reflections on the Campus PC Debate Reports .........2036
      A.  Putting My Cards on the Table: An Overview of
          My Own  Normative Leanings   ............... 2036
      B.  Interpreting and Advancing the Discourse .......... 2041
          1. Imprecision, (Dis)agreement, and Political
             Identity  ............................   2041
          2. Advancing the Dialogue in Universities and
             Beyond  ..............................   2045


    t Professor, University of Minnesota Law School. I am very grateful to
the Minnesota Law Review students for putting together an outstanding sym-
posium and for their excellent work in editing this Article. I also thank my fel-
low symposium participants, as well as Susanna Blumenthal and David Dana,
for their thoughtful questions and comments about this project. Copyright @
2017 by Heidi Kitrosser.


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