Is requiring a man arrested for protesting a Dole Institute of Politics event to write an essay about the center a humiliating punishment?
Asked at SuperTarget on September 19, 2003
“It’s better than being in jail.”
“It’s just another exercise of his freedom of speech, but in a different way. Plus, the benefit is he gets to get out of being punished.”
“I don’t think there’s anything wrong with it. I think that would be fine, but that’s coming from a teacher’s perspective.”
“I don’t think that’s humiliating. It might make him think a little bit.”