gover ch.2 - 13 . The Bill of Rights guarantees religious...

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13 . The Bill of Rights guarantees religious liberty for a. atheists. b. Muslims. c. Jews. d. Christians. Grade: 1 User Responses: a.atheists.,b.Muslims.,c.Jews.,d.Christians. Feedback: 14. The Supreme Court acts on the premise that although people are free to believe what they want, they are not always free to act on their religious beliefs. a.True b.False Grade: 1 User Responses: a.True Feedback: a.Correct 15. Determine whether each of the following actions is constitutional with regard to freedom of religion. (3points) Church property is exempt from taxation. True Students can use state vouchers to attend religious schools. False Citizens can practice or not practice any religion of their choosing. True 16. One example of symbolic speech is a. distributing antiwar leaflets on a public street. b. carrying an effigy at a protest rally. c. destroying a draft card to protest war. d. publication of documents opposing war. Grade:
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2010 for the course GOVERNMENT 5545 taught by Professor Rimens during the Fall '09 term at El Centro College.

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