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Jour 303 Study Questions: The First Amendment The First Amendment is the nation’s ultimate protection for communicators. Upon what does the strength of the First Amendment depend? Why do people “in power” often wish to limit the free expression of ideas? Why did the British Crown try to control means of expression, such as the printing press? Who was John Milton and what did he write that was important for the development of free expression? What is meant by the term “prior restraint?” What is meant by the term “seditious libel?” Why was the trial of John Peter Zenger significant? Name and describe four “rationales” reasons for freedom of speech. What are some of the arguments against free and unfettered expression? Following the American Revolution, why do you think many Americans fearful of any centralized government? Who was the primary author of the First Amendment? Why is the First Amendment the first amendment listed in the Bill of Rights?
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  • Spring '08
  • COLLINS
  • Supreme Court of the United States, First Amendment to the United States Constitution, free expression, Amendment depend

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