Poli Sci Lecture 9.18.07

Poli Sci Lecture 9.18.07 - I Free Speech A When can a...

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9/18/07 I. Free Speech A. When can a government regulate free speech? B. Congress shall make no law- two competing values C. A series of doctrines that emerged, set in which side gets weighed more heavily D. Clear and Present Danger  a. emerges out of a case called Schenck vs. US i. schenck is a socialist, opposed to the draft ii. wwi is going on, US gov./congress conscription act draft iii. congress passed law, make it a crime to go against drafting iv. impinges on free speech (giving out fliers) v. schenck you are wrong, gov. to limit speech clear and present  danger to order, stability, and national unity during a time of war E. Incorporation a. Gitlow v. NY i. Gitlow is a socialist  left wing manifesto (advocated overthrowing  the government) ii. Speech cannot be limited, state must recognize first amendment  right—freedom of speech F. Fighting Words a. Constitution says you cannot pass a law- this law is unconstitutional b. Chaplansky vs NH
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i. When you say something to somebody you can’t help but provoke  violence  ii. The government has an interest in preventing violence
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Poli Sci Lecture 9.18.07 - I Free Speech A When can a...

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