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    Origin of Freedom of Speech

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    Where do our freedoms of expression and speech logically begin and end?

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    The freedoms of speech logically begin with a person's opinion presented in a peaceful manner which would not cause physical harm to another or repress a counter opinion and end when this standard is violated. In support of this theory one must review the writings of Pierre Bayle who wrote extensively on toleration, here is an excerpt from a book about his political writings "There is, Bayle suggests, an implied contract of peaceful deliberation which is an essential preliminary to making a just public ...

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