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How can I find a book about freedom of speech and democracy?

Last Updated: Nov 10, 2015  |  8 Views
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There are several routes you can take to find resources about freedom of speech.  A good place to start is our library catalog.  If you do a Subject Heading search for freedom of speech, you'll see several good books on the topic.  You can also search our EBSCO ebook database, eBook Collection.  There are some helpful titles here as well, many on specific aspects of free speech.

If you don't need a book, per se, you can also look for information in Opposing Viewpoints. This database has a large section of resources on freedom of speech, including opinion pieces, news items, and references. 

A fourth place to look is E-ZBorrow. If you don't find what you're looking for in our library's resources, you'll find a host of books in E-ZBorrow that can be borrowed from other libraries in the area.  Good luck with your research, and if you'd like to discuss this topic further, you can always visit us at the reference desk.


Stephen Buss

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