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Or, in more practical terms, why is "no anti-war protesters in the [private] park" any different from "no black people in the [private] park?"

In even more practical terms, where do you find private parks, and who would want to hold a protest there? The exclusion of blacks would violate laws against racism, I guess.

If your trade union holds an assembly in a location they own or rent, they can kick out people who want to voice dissent. If they hold an assembly in a public place, they must tolerate dissenting political speech, but not attempts to disturb the assembly by violence. Why is the difference so difficult for you to get?

by Katrin on Fri Aug 31st, 2012 at 09:16:28 AM EST
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