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Free Speech for Me -- But Not for Thee

Author: Nat Hentoff
Reviewer's Age: Grade 10

I suggest that people read the book, Free Speech for Me -- But Not for Thee. This book is informative, fascinating, and enjoyable. The book does much to inform readers about things that have happened involving oppression in the United States, and it provides opinions about what causes them, and how they can be prevented. The book interests me because it describes and demonstrates many problems with societal systems that are caused by actions of people, which indicates to me that I may learn how to alleviate them, at least as much as is caused by my existence. Some people may be entertained by reading about what the author chose to write about, especially if they enjoy learning and thinking about such things as a hobby.