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Declared that the STATES COULD LIMIT free speech because the BIll of Rights only applied to Congress. It caused a problem and made incorporation necessary.
a) BARRON v. Baltimore b) GITLOW v. New York c) HAZELWOOD v. Kuhlmeier d) RENO v. ACLU
Protects freedom of expression in MOVIES
a) BURSTYN v. Wilson b) DEJONGE v. Oregon c) NEAR v. Minnesota d) RENO v. ACLU
protects the right to assemble by including PARADES
a) FEINER v. New York b) MILLER v. California c) NEAR v. Minnesota d) DEJONGE v. Oregon
prohibits mandated PRAYER in public schools
a) LEMON v. Kurtzman b) ENGEL v. Vitale c) TINKER v. Des Moines d) TEXAS v. Johnson
allows POLICE to disperse demonstrations if they threaten the peace
a) SCHENK v. U.S. b) BARRON v. Baltimore c) FEINER v. New York d) BURSTYN v. Wilson
declared states could not limit free speech. Also the first case to use INCORPORATION
a) BARRON v. Baltimore b) FEINER v. New York c) MILLER v. California d) GITLOW v. New York
declared that SCHOOLS could use PRIOR RESTRAINT on school publications
a) HAZELWOOD v. Kuhlmeier b) ENGEL v. Vitale c) LEMON v. Kurtzman d) TINKER v. Des Moines
allowed federal AID to parochial schools for secular purposes
a) ENGEL v. Vitale b) HAZELWOOD v. Kuhlmeier c) TINKER v. Des Moines d) LEMON v. Kurtzman
allowed local communities to define OBSCENITY
a) DEJONGE v. Oregon b) TINKER v. Des Moines c) MILLER v. California d) FEINER v. New York
prohibited PRIOR RESTRAINT by STATES with newspapers
a) HAZELWOOD v. Kuhlmeier b) RENO v. ACLU c) NEAR v. Minnesota d) BURSTYN v. Wilson
protects freedom of expression on the INTERNET
a) RENO v. ACLU b) BARRON v. Baltimore c) GITLOW v. New York d) SCHENK v. U.S.
limited seditious speech in times of danger. Also established the CLEAR and PRESENT DANGER test
a) SCHENK v. U.S. b) FEINER v. New York c) TEXAS v. Johnson d) BARRON v. Baltimore
protected FLAG BURNING as symbolic speech
a) FEINER v. New York b) TINKER v. Des Moines c) TEXAS v. Johnson d) BARRON v. Baltimore
protected ARM BANDS as symbolic speech for students
a) HAZELWOOD v. Kuhlmeier b) LEMON v. Kurtzman c) TINKER v. Des Moines d) ENGEL v. Vitale
Which amendment extended due process, extended citizenship, and protected citizens from all levels of government?
a) 13th b) 14th c) 15th d) 16th
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