Free Speech in WWI Wisconsin

Professor Tim Shiell, Director of the Center for the Study of Institutions and Innovation at UW-Stout, will discuss the limits of free speech in Wisconsin and the Chippewa Valley during the Great War, including the major rationales for and against permitting anti-war speech. The Chippewa Valley presents a unique and complicated case study of this issue during World War I as two foreign language newspapers, Der Herold [German] and The Reform [Norwegian], held pacifist positions that attracted scrutiny and controversy.


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Tue. Nov. 7, 2017   6pm


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Chippewa Valley Museum
1204 E. Half Moon Dr.
Eau Claire, WI 54702
(715) 834-7871

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