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Civil Liberties and Civil Rights

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Free Exercise 1 Civil Liberties and Civil Rights Freedom of Religion Derek J. Belton POS/110 University of Phoenix Online John Day July 4, 2010 Civil liberties are more important to one than civil rights on the basis that civil liberties allows people to have a free exercise clause to worship or not worships as they please. The main category that will be discussed under civil liberties will be the Freedom of Religion and the subcategory will be the free exercise clause. With the free exercise clause, the government cannot interfere with people’s practice of religion. Even though Bill of Rights gives Americans the freedom of religion and a free exercise clause there have been and will continue to be
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Free Exercise 2 conflicts between people, the government and many other public entities and the freedom of religion. The reason for choosing civil liberties and the freedom of religion as the main category is my biggest role model was and still is Muhammad Ali and everything he did, he was always speaking of his religion. The most important moment in his life was when he was being drafted into the military. Ali refused the induction and it was based solely on his religious beliefs. Many people during the draft dodging era fled the country to avoid being selected into the military. These individuals ran because they knew they would be sent to jail and fined a large amount of money for refusing to be entered into the service. Ali proved too many Americans and the
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