Civil Liberties - Fundamental American Liberties Chapter 4...

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Fundamental American Liberties Chapter 4
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In this chapter we will learn about the meaning of rights in a democratic society the Bill of Rights as part of the federal Constitution and its relationship to the states several specific rights that it details--freedoms of religion, speech, and the press; the right to bear arms; the rights of people accused of crimes; and the right to privacy
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Conflicting rights Rights conflict in two ways: Individual rights conflict E.g., school prayer Individual rights vs. the good of society E.g., drug laws
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The Bill of Rights First ten amendments Opposed by Federalists because the Constitution “was a Bill of Rights” Supported by Anti-Federalists Eventually used as a compromise to help ratify the Constitution
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The establishment clause First Amendment guarantee that the government will not create and support an official state Separationists vs. accommodationists
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The free exercise clause First Amendment guarantee that citizens may
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