Protesters of right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos' speaking engagement at UC Berkeley argued that even freedom of speech has its limits.
As one demonstrator put it Wednesday night, "Milo's hate speech is not allowed here. When it's hate speech, our free speech is to shut him down."
That's the law in many European nations, where slurs based on race, sex or national origin are forbidden, but not in the United States, where the First Amendment protects free expression, including sp
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