When I first started at the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), I wanted to make sure that we wouldn't just aggressively police violations of freedom of speech--we also would credit universities that protected the First Amendment despite calls for censorship, says Greg Lukianoff for the Huffington Post. Unfortunately, I soon learned that a school could be very good at defending the speech of one speaker while censoring a different student or faculty member the school disagreed with or simply disliked. Finding the best and most consistent schools hasn't been easy. Nonetheless, it is crucial to give credit where...

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