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Unspeakable: a feminist ethic of speech
This is a book about speech and the silencing of speech; about who gets to speak and who does not; about who is listened to and who is ignored. In this down-to-earth analysis of the democratic principle of freedom of speech, Betty McLellan insists that, if this prized democratic principle is to have any continuing credibility, free speech must be free for all.
Kindle Edition, 263 pages
Published 2010 by OtherWise Publications
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