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100 1  Garton Ash, Timothy,|eauthor. 
245 10 Free speech|h[OverDrive/Libby electronic resource]|bten 
       principles for a connected world /|cTimothy Garton Ash. 
264  1 New Haven ;|aLondon :|bYale University Press,|c[2016] 
264  4 |c©2016 
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505 0  Post-Gutenberg -- Cosmopolis -- Ideals -- Lifeblood -- 
       Violence -- Knowledge -- Journalism -- Diversity -- 
       Religion -- Privacy -- Secrecy -- Icebergs -- Courage -- 
520    "Never in human history was there such a chance for 
       freedom of expression. If we have Internet access, any one
       of us can publish almost anything we like and potentially 
       reach an audience of millions. Never was there a time when
       the evils of unlimited speech flowed so easily across 
       frontiers: violent intimidation, gross violations of 
       privacy, tidal waves of abuse. A pastor burns a Koran in 
       Florida and UN officials die in Afghanistan. Drawing on a 
       lifetime of writing about dictatorships and dissidents, 
       Timothy Garton Ash argues that in this connected world 
       that he calls cosmopolis, the way to combine freedom and 
       diversity is to have more but also better free speech. 
       Across all cultural divides we must strive to agree on how
       we disagree. He draws on a thirteen-language global online
       project conducted out of Oxford 
       University and devoted to doing just that. With vivid 
       examples, from his personal experience of China's 
       Orwellian censorship apparatus to the controversy around 
       Charlie Hebdo to a very English court case involving food 
       writer Nigella Lawson, he proposes a framework for 
       "civilized" conflict in a world where we are all becoming 
       neighbors." -- Provided by publisher 
533    Electronic reproduction.|b[S.l.]|cYale University Press
       |d2016|nAvailable via World Wide Web. 
650  0 Freedom of speech. 
650  0 Freedom of expression. 
650  7 Freedom of expression.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01200263 
650  7 Freedom of speech.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00934044 
650  7 Redefreiheit|2gnd 
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