law and order text 8 - Review Questions 1 List the rights described in the First Amendment The rights described in the First Amendment are no laws can

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Review Questions 1. List the rights described in the First Amendment. The rights described in the First Amendment are no laws can be created that keep people from peacefully creating any religion or practicing, people have the right to say what they want, people have the right to gather when they want, and the right to challenge the government. 2. What cases were important to freedom of speech? The cases that were important to freedom of speech are Schenck vs. United States, Chaplinsky vs. New Hampshire, Tinker vs. Des Moines Independent County School District, and United States vs. Baker. 3. What Amendments led to the concept of the right to privacy? The Amendments that led to the concept of the right to privacy are the first, third, fourth, and the common law. 4. What is the difference between slander and libel? The difference between slander and libel is slander is a spoken attack on someone’s character or reputation while libel is the written attack.
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