Texas A&M officials said last year that they were powerless to stop Spencer from speaking on campus because doing so would violate his free-speech rights at a public university. Instead, they hosted a counterprotest.
Texas A&M officials said last year that they were powerless to stop Spencer from speaking on campus because doing so would violate his free-speech rights at a public university. Instead, they hosted a counterprotest. Zach D. Roberts/NurPhoto TNS
Texas A&M officials said last year that they were powerless to stop Spencer from speaking on campus because doing so would violate his free-speech rights at a public university. Instead, they hosted a counterprotest. Zach D. Roberts/NurPhoto TNS

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