Since 1989, threats to Salman Rushdie have sparked support and debate on free speech

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In 1989, after Iran

Last week’s attack has reignited debates over free speech, censorship and offensiveness that were already heated back in 1989, when an op-ed by a former president called Rushdie’s book an “insult.”

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