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Were the actions of the American Nazis in the story below protected under the First Amendment? Why? Members of the American Nazi Party marched through Skokie, Illinois, while dressed in Nazi
uniforms. The Nazis chose Skokie for the march because a large number of Holocaust survivors lived there. A. No, because the people of Skokie's pursuit of happiness was disrupted. B. Yes, because the Holocaust victims were not citizens and therefore not protected by the Constitution. C. Yes, the marchers were not physically hurting anyone and were, therefore, within their right to peacefully assemble. D. No, the Nazis were offending the people of Skokie and so were not protected under the First Amendment.
Were the actions of the American Nazis in the story below protected under the First Amendment? Why? Members of the American Nazi Party marched through Skokie, Illinois, while dressed in Nazi uniforms. [ The Nazis chose Skokie for the march because a large number of Holocaust survivors lived there.Answer:C. Yes, the marchers were not physically hurting anyone and were, therefore, within their
right to peacefully assemble. ]
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User: Were the actions of the American Nazis in the story below protected under the First Amendment? Why? Members of the American Nazi Party marched through Skokie, Illinois, while dressed in Nazi uniforms. The Nazis chose Skokie for the march because a large number of Holocaust survivors lived there. A. No, because the people of Skokie's pursuit of happiness was disrupted. B. Yes, because the Holocaust victims were not citizens and therefore not protected by the Constitution. C. Yes, the marchers were not physically hurting anyone and were, therefore, within their right to peacefully assemble. D. No, the Nazis were offending the people of Skokie and so were not protected under the First Amendment.

Weegy: Were the actions of the American Nazis in the story below protected under the First Amendment? Why? Members of the American Nazi Party marched through Skokie, Illinois, while dressed in Nazi uniforms. [ The Nazis chose Skokie for the march because a large number of Holocaust survivors lived there.Answer:C. Yes, the marchers were not physically hurting anyone and were, therefore, within their right to peacefully assemble. ]
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User: The Civil Rights Act did all of the following EXCEPT? A. prohibited inequality based on race, color, religion, gender, or national origin in public places, in public schools, in voting, in membership, and in federally-funded programs B. created the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) to oversee equality in the workplace and help those aggrieved C. prohibited inequality in matters of inheritance D. made inequality in the workplace based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin against the law

Weegy: D. made inequality in matters of inheritance based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin against the law.
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