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Faced with a rise of extremism within its ranks, the US military has clamped down on racist speech, including retweets and likes

By Dwight Stirling, Lecturer in Law, University of Southern California
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For civilians, free speech is protected by the First Amendment. Not so in the US military, where the rise of political extremism has become a problem.The Conversation

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