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The Bush administration greatly expanded the use of free speech zones after 9/11, but the practice has become bipartisan.
org has listed a free speech zone as a "leftist" campus abuse.
That is too bad, because the First Amendment was written to assure that all the United States would be a free speech zone.
Anti-Bush protesters are now relegated to what are euphemistically called free speech zones.
Constitutional scholars argue that the First Amendment makes the entire United States a free speech zone.
Nate Kellum, a lawyer with the national Christian-based Alliance Defense Fund, predicts the issue of college free speech zones will eventually be taken up by the U.
Such free speech zones are most common on college campuses, which first experimented with the idea in the 1960s.