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Political Cartoons, Protest and Free Speech

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Political Cartoons, Protest and Free Speech

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Political Cartoons, Protest and Free Speech

Political Cartoons, Protest and Free Speech

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Protests over cartoons depicting the prophet Muhammad grew more violent Tuesday. What should be done when freedom of expression conflicts with deeply held religious beliefs? Is anything off limits in a pluralistic society?

Guests:

Mona Eltahawy, a New-York based Egyptian columnist; board member of Progressive Muslim Union of North America

Matt Davies, syndicated cartoonist for The Journal News in White Plains, N.Y.; won the Pulitzer in 2004

Anne Gordon, managing editor of the Philadelphia Inquirer