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27.Spending money in campaigns is:a.not considered to be protected by the 1st Amendmentb.a form of symbolic speech that leads to traditional political speechc.protected speech because there is no danger to public interestd.used on advertising, meaning it is protected by freedom of the presse.unlimited for all candidatesANS:BPTS:1DIF:ModerateREF:Pages 113–114KEY: Speech/PressNOT: Applied28.Despite treating campaign spending as a form of protected speech, the Supreme Court prohibits:29.Which of the following does NOT constitute an example of symbolic speech?30.Which group has taken the lead in restricting speech that offends sexual, racial, and ethnic minorities?31.Which of the following restrictions are allowed under freedom of assembly?a.any time, place, and manner restriction that is content-neutralb.any time, place, and manner restriction that is not content-neutral
c.anything that would make it difficult for the government to keep the peaced.restricting any actions that favor an unpopular viewpointe.restricting actions that might attract a large crowdANS:APTS:1DIF:ModerateREF:Pages 115–116KEY: Speech/PressNOT: Factual32.A city council has passed an ordinance that prevents picketing in a residential neighborhood. Which of the following arguments would NOT be accepted by the Court for declaring the ordinance unconstitu-tional?
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The American, First Amendment to the United States Constitution, Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, United States Bill of Rights