symbolic - Constitutional Law II SymbolicSpeech Fall2006...

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Constitutional Law II Symbolic Speech
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Fall 2006 Con Law II 2                   ±                                          
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Fall 2006 Con Law II 3 Symbolic Speech Examples of non-verbal communication Body language Sit-ins, marches, vigils Arm bands, insignia, badges Burning (crosses, flags, draft cards)
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Fall 2006 Con Law II 4
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Fall 2006 Con Law II 5 US v. O’Brien   (1968) Non-speech or anti-speech? Does 50 USC § 462 regulate draft registration, or draft opposition conduct speech major 1 st  am  problem minor 1 st  am  problem
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Fall 2006 Con Law II 6 US v. O’Brien   (1968) Can burning a draft card be speech? Symbolic speech How to tell if symbolic speech is present Does speaker intend to convey particular  message? Is the message likely to be understood by viewer?
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