Please write a 2-page response to the following prompt: Freedom of expression is a cornerstone of American democracy: it promotes the free exchange of ideas, allows for a peaceful transfer of power, and is something shared by all Americans, not just wealthy elites. However, having the right to say what you want means that you will inevitably also hear things you would rather not hear... Read the following article about the Westboro Baptist Church: https://www.splcenter.org/fighting-hate/extremist-files/group/westboro-baptist-church (Links to an external site.) Should there be a way to limit their type of speech and still preserve the right to free speech guaranteed in the Constitution? What other examples can you think of where freedom of speech has had detrimental effects in the U.S. (you can discuss historical and/or current examples)? What is the challenge in making hateful speech a crime? Summarize your thoughts by answering this question: Does the right to free speech go too far nowadays?