02.10 Publish Your Article.pdf

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Publishing Your Article Worksheet Step 1: Print your first draft, revised draft, and final draft. Step 2: Look at each paragraph across the three drafts. For example, look at your first paragraph in your first draft, your revised draft, and in your final draft. (hint: number the paragraphs on each draft) Step 3: Select the paragraph with the most revisions and edits between the first and final drafts. Step 4: Follow the instructions in the boxes below. Copy and paste paragraph from first draft. You may remove the yellow and green highlights if they are distracting to you during this comparison. Schenck v. United States was a landmarkk court case that was related to freedom of speech and had a big impact causing to set boundaries and limitations to freedom of speech. This case is about a man called Schenck was sending circulars to draft es saying that the “draft was a monstrous wrong motivated by the capitalist system” the circular also stated "Do not submit to intimidation." the cases main focus is Are Schenck's actions (words, expression) protected by the free speech clause of the First Amendment? The evidence of this case was that they connected the defendants with the mailing of printed circulars in pursuance of a conspiracy to obstruct the recruiting and enlistment service. As a result the court came to a conclusion and Schenck was not protected by the first amendment due to at the time the espionage act that was valid in addition to that they also stated that Schenck was not being protected by the first ammendment due to they believe that his actions and words on those circulars where being utilized to make a negative reaction and to prompt activities that would hurt others, in this manner, the first amendment would not protect him. This case, as a result, made limittation or
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  • Winter '16
  • Mrs. smith
  • First Amendment to the United States Constitution, Schenck

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