The BB&T Chair for the Study of Objectivism welcomes distinguished guests Nadine Strossen, Alexander Tsesis and John Burnett in a panel discussion on inflammatory speech.
Strossen is former president of the ACLU and a professor at New York Law School. Tsesis is a professor of law at Loyola University. Burnett is a veteran correspondent at National Public Radio.
Panelists will offer brief presentations of the essentials of their positions (about 10 minutes each), followed by an hour or so of moderated, interview-style dialogue with the other panelists. A moderator will pose questions and open up the discussion to include the audience during the last half hour.