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Discourse Disrupters: Nadine Strossen and Thane Rosenbaum on free speech in America

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Robin Hensel, Larry Frost
Robin Hensel and her lawyer, Larry Frost of Bloomington, Minn., stand outside Hensel's home in Little Falls, Minn., in July 2012 next to a sign she created. Hensel has multiple anti-war and political signs in her yard and the city of Little Falls has asked her to take them down, but she refuses and has filed a lawsuit declaring her free speech rights are being violated.
Tom Baker for MPR News 2012

The first of a new three-part series from John Donvan of Intelligence Squared and ABC News. He's calling the series "Discourse Disrupters."

The first program features former American Civil Liberties Union president Nadine Strossen — who grew up in Hopkins, Minn. — and New York University law professor Thane Rosenbaum. They discussed the future and limits of free speech in America.

Use the audio player above to listen to the full program.