Bertrand Russell Had Much to Say about Cancel Culture

“There is no easy walk to freedom anywhere.” — Nelson Mandela

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On March 24, 1922 Bertrand Russell delivered a speech at South Place Institute on the subject of Free Thought and Official Propaganda. The speech was then put into book form and by August was in its second printing, which is the copy…

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