Discourse, Together

Journalist Jim Lehrer called himself "a discourse advocate," noting that the "form [in which] it comes is less important to me than the fact that there is discourse."

With this in mind, our intent is to create a virtual discourse (unbounded by the constructs of time and proximity). To best engage and interact with the content, navigate through the menu from top to bottom, adding to the discourse through comments as you see fit.

To begin, consider the statement below..

Copyright protection should be limited to the creator and bound by a length restriction.

Now, take a stand and craft an argument supported by literature and your personal experience.

Reflect on your peers' positions and weigh them against your own. Create discourse in writing a reflective response in which you engage with their ideas.

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