Explain how the theme is developed in the story. What revelation about the behavior of human beings or the conduct of society, or insight into the human condition is the author attempting to convey throughout the text? How does the author use characters, events and literary devices to illustrate the theme? Conclude by explaining how this central theme might impact the social, emotional, or intellectual development of children reading this story.
the President of Burma, U Htin Kyaw. Series of acts such as the Telecommunications Act were repeatedly invoked by the Burmese government to prosecute those who “insulted” the military or the president. Only when I moved to the United States did I realized how powerful my voice could be and the limitless opportunities I have to freely express myself. The reason why refugees from third-world countries glorify the United States as the land of the free is solely because their citizens are bestowed rights, such as freedom of speech, the mere second they are born. Even Justice Samuel Alito stated how, “Speech that demeans on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender, religion, age, disability, or any other similar ground is hateful; but the proudest boast of our free speech jurisprudence is that we protect freedom to express the thought we hate” (Volokh 2). By implementing restrictions on hate speech, the greatest asset America possesses slowly loses its significance and power. While citizens from other countries are fighting and dying consecutively for their basic human rights such as freedom of speech, we, in America, are actually fighting to diminish our own people of their own human rights. When discussing whether or not hate speech is a part of freedom of speech, the opposing side includes mostly of liberals who are pro-ban hate speech. My naysayers argue how hate speech and free speech exist as two entities separately. To be more specific, my opposing side’s main claim is that hate speech should not even be counted as speech at all – how hate speech can be censored without freedom of speech being compromised. This position is concisely and eloquently represented by George Lakoff, a distinguished Professor of>GET ANSWER