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  • O'Brien was protesting his rights, and although he burned his draft card, he was practicing the first amendment. 
  • US v. O’Brien
  • O’Brien was protesting the war by burning his draft card. This was frowned upon, although O’Brien claims he was only practicing freedom of speech.
  • Burning his draft card & expressing his opposition to war- practicing freedom of speech.
  • The ruling was 7-1. The court ruled that O’Brien was not guilty because he did not violate the 1st amendment.
  • It's important to us because we need the right to exercise the freedom of speech, religion, and expression.
  • This is considered a landmark because it truly displayed how far you can go to defend yourself and your beliefs.
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