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Free Speech at the End of the Century

1814th Stated Meeting - Midwest Center
Lee C. Bollinger and Robyn Meredith
October 31, 1998

At the fall Stated Meeting of the Midwest Center Lee Bollinger, president of the University of Michigan, led a panel discussion on "Free Speech at the End of the Century." An authority on the First Amendment and mass media law, Bollinger is a former professor of law and dean of the University of Michigan Law School and, most recently, provost of Dartmouth College. He is the author of Images of a Free Press and The Tolerant Society: Freedom of Speech and Extremist Speech in America.

The meeting was held at the Rackham Center on the campus of the University of Michigan on October 31. It opened with an induction ceremony for new Fellows from the Midwest region. Prior to the meeting Fellows and guests attended a special tour of the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library in Ann Arbor.

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