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  • Some Americans feel silenced by political correctness
  • Some Americans feel silenced by political correctness
    Alex Blăjan (2017) ©
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Some Americans feel silenced by political correctness

Research has found that many Americans might think that political correctness has gone too far. Though most of them deem hate speech as unacceptable, they don’t believe the government should ban it outright, perhaps because they see it as a threat to their freedom.

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