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KNicksfan4life

  • 2 years ago

How is the First Amendment interpreted differently in different contexts?

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  1. emily776
    • 2 years ago
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    Ok, thanks so the first amendment can be interpreted to include things like privacy another thought is that Voltaire a philosopher said "I dislike what you say, but I defend to the death your right to say it" does this help or did i confuse u more?

  2. KNicksfan4life
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    can you maybe write a little more please

  3. emily776
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    about the quote he is basically saying that the right of free speech, protect even unpopular speech like communism or anti-american protester and even flag-burning, no matter how much you hate that speech, it is still protected

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    does that make it clearer now, btw medals!!!

  5. KNicksfan4life
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    yes

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