Margaret Atwood, J.K. Rowling joins writers warning against threat to free speech

Dozens of artists, writers and academics have signed an open letter decrying the weakening of public debate and warning that the free exchange of information and ideas is in jeopardy amid a rise in what they call 'illiberalism.'

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