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Is the right to free speech an invention of the Anglo-American legal system or does it have a parallel in Talmudic law? Lawyers ask an expert for clarity on the subject.

The Right to Free Speech

The Right to Free Speech

The Legal Origins of Freedom of Expression

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The Right to Free Speech: The Legal Origins of Freedom of Expression

Is the right to free speech an invention of the Anglo-American legal system or does it have a parallel in Talmudic law? Lawyers ask an expert for clarity on the subject.
Law; Jurisprudence, Lawyers, Speech; Communication
Rabbi Shlomo Yaffe is a frequent contributor of articles and media to Chabad.org, is Dean of the Institute of American and Talmudic Law in New York, N.Y., and Rabbi of Congregation B'nai Torah in Springfield. Mass. Rabbi Yaffe has lectured and led seminars throughout North America, as well as in Europe, Asia, Latin America, and Africa.
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Chotzi burlington, vt November 26, 2011

Great, but can't hear questions... This is a wonderful lecture, Thank you. Suggestion: we can not hear the questions from the audience. Is it possible to have them subtitled? Reply

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