CIVICS CHAPTER 19 VISUAL SUMMARY

CIVICS CHAPTER 19 VISUAL SUMMARY
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  • Civil liberties are protections against government. Civil rights are the positive acts of government that seek to make constitutional guarantees a reality for all people.
  • What is the difference between civil rights and civil liberties?
  • What is the Lemon test?
  • The Lemon Test determines degree of state aid to religious organizations.
  • Picketing is a form of symbolic speech because it is an expression used to inform the public of the controversy surrounding the workplace, and telling people not to interact with the company.
  • In what way is picketing symbolic speech?
  • How does the right of association extend the right of assembly?
  • The right of association gives the right to assemble about specific issues.
  • The Bill of Rights are the first ten amendments and were added to restrict National Government.
  • What is the Bill of Rights, and how did it come to be added to the Constitution?
  • The Supreme Court ruled that prior restraint cannot be used on free press, unless in extreme cases.
  • How has the Supreme Court usually dealt with prior restraint cases?
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