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Nat Hentoff is an American historian, jazz critic, and columnist for the “Village Voice”, “Legal Times”, “Washington Times”, “The Progressive”, “Editor & Publisher”, “Free Inquiry” and “Jewish World Review”.
He now serves on the board of advisors for the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education. Hentoff’s book, “Free Speech for Me - But Not for Thee”, outlines his views on free speech and excoriates those who he feels favor censorship in any form. In October 2005, Hentoff was honored by the Human Life Foundation at the Third Annual Great Defender of Life dinner.