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Unformatted text preview: -Freedom is the ability to act in a free society- john Stewart mills.-Liberty implies the presence or absences of force. Government can enforce civil liberties.-Civil right is something you earn and is granted by government is defensible. -Civil liberty is like a human right, it is inalienable. Lecture Barron v .Baltimore Issue: Do the bill of rights apply to the states Holding: No Gitlow v. New York (1925) Issue: Do bill of rights apply to the states Holding: YES See page 99 table 4.2...
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