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CQ Future: Free speech

A Trump supporter debates with anti-Trump protesters in the free speech zone outside of the Janesville Conference Center in Janesville, Wis., in advance of the Donald Trump for President rally in 2016.
A Trump supporter debates with anti-Trump protesters in the free speech zone outside of the Janesville Conference Center in Janesville, Wis., in advance of the Donald Trump for President rally in 2016. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo)

The pandemic and political divisions have revealed the cracks in this country and those who are falling through them. Along the fault lines of American society are truth and free speech. These two bedrocks of the nation’s civil discourse have been challenged, questioned and even battered like never before. We wanted to explore how speech and misinformation will play out in the future. CQ Roll Call’s Shawn Zeller speaks to Suzanne Nossel, PEN America CEO and author of “Dare to Speak.”

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