Hemingway and Cancel Culture

Earnest Hemingway by Lloyd Arnold, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

I’ve previously written about free speech and believe there should always be more speech, not less. When other countries are having their freedoms ripped away by their governments, we, the citizens of the US, have become content to call for silencing our own. I am talking about cancel culture.

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Writer, Martial Artist, and student of Philosophy and Communication. You can see more of my work at joshuaclementswrites.com and thephilosophicalfighter.com.

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Joshua Clements

Joshua Clements

Writer, Martial Artist, and student of Philosophy and Communication. You can see more of my work at joshuaclementswrites.com and thephilosophicalfighter.com.

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