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Which right was named by the Supreme Court as part of the freedoms of assembly and petition?

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A. the right to call witnesses B. the right to participate in civil disobedience C. the right to vote D. the right of association
i think the right of association.
Freedom of association is primarily manifested through the right to join a trade union, free speech or debating societies, political parties, or any other club or association such as religious groups, fraternities, or sport clubs. It is closely linked with the freedom of assembly, particularly under the US Bill of Rights. More specifically the freedom of assembly is understood in a political context, although depending on the source (constitution, human rights instrument, etc.) the right to freedom of association may be understood to include the right to freedom of assembly. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freedom_of_association It's totally the Right of Association

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@Nurali is correct

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