New Zealand censors book about censorship
Professor James Flynn of the University of Otago in New Zealand tells us that his upcoming book on free speech was “banned” by its publisher due to its content, which addresses the “sensitive topics of race, religion, and gender.”
Emerald Press has decided against publishing Flynn’s upcoming book, In Defense of Free Speech: The University as Censor, which makes the case that institutions of higher learning freely censor political expression.
Flynn is reaching out to other publishers that might be interested in publishing the book. For now, due to leftist sensitivities and draconian speech laws, Flynn’s book on free speech is without a publisher and an audience.