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28. The crime of sedition punishes truthful criticism of government
29. Laws of general application 30. Throughout history, the U.S. Supreme Court has relied heavily on natural
rights theory to guide its first amendment interpretations because this theory provides clear boundaries to personal liberties. 31. When the supreme court reviews the constitutionality of laws it applies
32. The government bears an exceptionally heavy burden of proof to justify any prior restraint because prior restraints are inherently likely to distort the marketplace of ideas and to punish ideas government disfavors.
33. In reviewing the constitutionality of laws, the supreme court has established that an important government interest is
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34. Originalists believe that interpretation of the constitution should be guided by the actual text of the document.
35. To determine the constitutionality of government actions, the supreme court employs
36. A traditional public forum is closed to non-government users to protect the core purpose of the property.
37. The supreme court has said that, under the first amendment, political speech is
38. The first amendment stands as a nearly absolute ban to prior restraint.
39. In several recent decisions, the U.S. Supreme Court has held that state or federal limits on campaign spending 40. John Milton said that the open exchange of ideas in an unfettered
marketplace will allow convincing falsehoods to overcome the truth.
41. The legal protection of anonymous speakers online and offline is
42. Because content-based laws pose a greater risk to the freedom of speech and of the press than do content-neutral laws, the U.S. Supreme Court uses a more lenient test to determine when content-neutral laws are constitutional.
43. In the area of government speech, the U.S. Supreme Court has
44. Ad hoc balancing is used to determine the proper awards or penalties when judges make equity rulings.
45. Traditional public forums include
46. Both content-based and viewpoint-based regulations target speech because of government disfavor with the ideas expressed.

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