Survey: Many College Students Fuzzy on First Amendment Rights

January 2004
Black Issues in Higher Education;1/1/2004, Vol. 20 Issue 23, p25
Presents the results of a nationwide survey by the nonprofit Foundation for Individual Rights in Education on the views of campus administrators on the U.S. First Amendments rights. Implications of the lack of sufficient knowledge on the First Amendment rights; Findings of the survey.


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