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43) In the case of ________ the Supreme Court ruled that requiring an organization to turn over its membership lists was an unconstitutional restriction on freedom of association
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44) Which of the following statements about freedom of assembly is false? A. freedom of assembly is often neglected alongside the great freedoms of speech, press, and religion. B Without freedom of assembly we would not have the right to form political parties or interest groups C Freedom of assembly includes the right to assemble and the right to associate D Freedom of assembly allow groups to demonstrate at any given time, at any place, and at any manner they wish. F. Nazis have the Constitutional right to march through a heavily Jewish community. Answer: D
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