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Jump to Navigation Frame Your location: Assessments View All Submissions View Attempt View Attempt 1 of 2 Title: IRAT 3 Started: February 14, 2010 1:42 PM Submitted: February 14, 2010 1:49 PM Time spent: 00:07:29 Total score: 17/20 = 85% Total score adjusted by 0.0 Maximum possible score: 20 1.
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The Alien and Sedition Acts passed in 1798 challenged which part of the Bill of Rights? Stu dent Res pon se Val ue Cor rect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. free dom of relig ion 2.
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A Brookfield, Wisconsin, ban that prevented abortion protesters from picketing a doctor’s home illustrates which restriction on freedom of assembly? Stu dent Res pon se Val ue Cor rect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. clear and pres ent dang er
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On which civil liberty topic has the Supreme Court played a relatively minor role? Stu dent Res pon se Val ue Cor rect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. citiz en priv acy right s
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What part of the 1st Amendment prevents government from regulating most religious practices? Stu dent Res pon se Val ue Cor rect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. free exer cise clau se 100 %
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The Supreme Court’s decision in Griswold v. Connecticut : Stu dent Res pon se Val ue Cor rect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. esta blish ed the right to priv acy as exist ing in the
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The Bill of Rights’ guarantee of religious freedom is based in the: Stud ent Resp onse Valu e Corr ect Ans wer Feed back A. free exerc ise claus e B. due proc
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Selective incorporation: Stu dent Res pon se Val ue Cor rect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. incr ease d the signi fica nce of the Bill of Righ ts
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The Supreme Court has generally strengthened which of the following due process protections over time? Stu dent Res pon se Val ue Cor rect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. self- incri min atio n 2.
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The Bill of Rights did not apply to the states immediately after ratification because: Stu dent Res pon se Val ue Cor rect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. the Fou nder s did not reall y thin k civil liber ties
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The right to counsel was provided in the ________ Amendment. After the decision in ________, this was extended to require that counsel be provided for you if you could not afford one. Stu dent Res pon se Val ue Cor rect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. 4th; Gid eon v. Wai nwri ght
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The increasing use of the 14th Amendment to apply freedoms guaranteed in the Bill of Rights to the states best illustrates which theme from the book? Stu dent Res pon se Val ue Cor rect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. Polit ical proc ess matt ers.
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Which of the following takes the MOST conservative approach to controlling obscenity? Stu dent Res pon se Val ue Cor rect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. Supr eme Cou rt 2.
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Brandenburg’s threatening speech was protected under the 1st Amendment, they justified it by: Stu dent Res pon se Val ue Cor rect Ans wer Fee dba ck 1. sayi
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2011 for the course POLS 155 taught by Professor Scarpelli during the Fall '07 term at CSU Chico.

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