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Photographs of Panel 2:

"Speaking Out of Bounds": Communism, Race, and the Speaker Ban Controversy of the Mid-Sixties - Held in Wilson Library, 2/6/2007

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President Friday and Ferrel Guillory President Friday and Ferrel Guillory
President Friday UNC President Emeritus William C. Friday
Tim West recognizes honored guests Tim West recognizes honored guests present at the event
Ferrel Guillory, moderator for the panel The evening's moderator, Ferrel Guillory, gives some background to the Speaker Ban controversy
Ferrel Guillory, moderator for the panel Ferrel Guillory, moderator for the panel, introduces the Speaker Ban
Full house in the Pleasants Room at Wilson Library A full house in the Pleasants Family Room at Wilson Library
the panel discusses their experiences Left to right: Ferrel Guillory (moderator), President Bill Friday, James Medford, Lou Lipsitz, and Stephen Lassiter
audience member asks a question of the panel Catherine Smith asks a question of the panelists. The discussions that followed the presentation elicited a number of great comments.
Daniel Pollitt reflects on the court case to overturn the Speaker Ban Professor Emeritus of Law Dan Pollitt reminds everyone present of the work of McNeill Smith in overturning the law
the panel discusses their experiences Fellow panelists listen as current student Stephen Lassiter gives his perspective on current sentiments on campus

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