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Chapter 7-Freedom by: Saba Shumie and Viktoria Szepesi
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What is freedom?
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Freedom Thomas Hobbes and his hobbesian belief John Locke and his two Treatises on the government
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Freedom of speech In 1883 the Supreme Court ruled in Barron v. Baltimore there was no holding that the bill of rights was intended solely as a limitation of the power of the US. Pg. 180 The freedom of speech mostly consists of words. With a growing audience listening to rap music in the 1980s we needed a way to sensor what minors could hear. In March of 1992 Washington outlawed selling obscene music to minors. Benjamin Gitlow, a Marxist indicted by Supreme Court. Discussing the 14th amendment and how it protects us.
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Freedom of speech The Bill of Rights wasn’t really applicable to legislation of the states. After the Barron decision states began granting more rights beyond what the constitution had given people but could also restrict. In order to protect slave from Black Codes, Congress pushed through the 14th amendment ratified in 1868. The design of the 14th amendment was momentous for opening to door for future legislations concerning Blacks.
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Naturalization of the Bill of rights The Supreme Court has “nationalized” most of the Bill of rights. Meaning, today states cannot infringe on those rights without risking review by the federal courts, through a process known as “selective incorporation” which placed the 1st, 4th, and 6th amendments under the umbrella protection of the 14th amendment.
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Academic freedom of speech American Association of University Professors (AAUP) adopted an important statement on Freedom and Responsibility. The statement said “membership in the
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