Glenn Loury on the Problem of Self-Censorship and Bottom-Up Coercion

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"Perhaps more insidious than the outright prohibition of expressing contrary opinions are the myriad ways in which, fearing social disapprobation, we elect to censor ourselves. Drawing on classical and contemporary texts, this lecture explores the logic of tacitly coerced conformity, and applies that logic to a number of currently relevant cases."