The stifling effect of laws on freedom of expression

Two sides–A and B–can disagree about X. But once a law about X is passed in favor of side A, side B is increasingly assumed to be crazy/malicious/irrational/etc., even by the same people on side A who would not have made that assumption before the law was passed.

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