The book starts by offering an argument as to why civil liberties should be protected from antidiscrimination laws and then delves into particular issues chapter by chapter the threat to freedom of expression in the workplace the threat to artistic freedom the threat to political speech speech on campuses and even instances of compelled . You cant say that the growing threat to civil liberties from antidiscrimination laws cato institute 2003 pb 2004 only one place of redress african americans labor regulations and the courts from reconstruction to the new deal duke university press 2001. In a misguided attempt to eradicate every vestige of discrimination in our society activists and courts are using antidiscrimination laws to erode civil liberties such as free speech the free exercise of religion and freedom of association. A very good case for civil liberties even if you dont agree with all his arguments i left with a greater appreciation for the importance of our first amendment rights and a recognition that antidiscrimination laws can potentially violate them. Vol 14 no 6 june 2004 pp472 476 you cant say that the growing threat to civil liberties from antidiscrimination laws by david e bernstein
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