June 25, 1963: Speaker Ban Law Adopted
Posted Jun 25, 2021
The Speaker Ban Law was adopted on 25 June 1963, the last day of the legislative session. The statute has been viewed as a conservative response to UNC-Chapel Hill liberalism in general and to the support of civil rights by university personnel in particular. UNC system president Bill Friday and the university community reacted quickly.
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