By David Remnick
The New Yorker
When is speech no longer just speech? David Remnick speaks with the author of a new and sympathetic book about Antifa, a law professor at University of California, Berkeley, and a legal analyst for Slate, to look at how leftist protests at Berkeley, right-wing violence in Charlottesville, and open-carry laws around the country are testing the traditional liberal consensus on freedom of expression. Also, Jenny Slate reads a story about a magical time of unfettered creativity and zero productivity, before the Internet.
- What Was It Like Before the Internet?
- The Antifa Handbook
- Long a Bastion of Free Speech, U.C. Berkeley’s Commitment Is Tested
- Can the First Amendment and the Second Amendment Coexist?