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The ulnar outer edges of freedom of speech

Because formal rights are created – they do not grow from the ground or fall from the sky – they are fragile.

[the caricatures] Rights are created collectively. Sweat and tears flow when they are created. Some rights – human rights – we can think of as inextricably linked to being human. Yet it is certain women and men in given places, at given times, who have formulated them and given them their form. Some of these produced rights become obsolete, others live a long time. Some are the few who want (the right to gay marriage), others there are many who want to join (the right to practice their religion without...

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