On Quora, I asked this question in November of 2013: With NSA spying, constant wars, the world’s…
Daniel Luke

Without denying what you say about our powerful state, the fact that you have the ability to say whatever you want about our government, and say it openly, is a pretty good indicator that we are not in a fascistic society. I don’t think fascism would allow that. The limits on the content of your speech are practically nonexistent, and there’s a small army of lawyers who would — with the full permission of the state — defend your right to say pretty much anything you want.

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