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In recent years, the federal government has argued that the public good is better served by not allowing information to be disclosed that could A. damage the reputation of the federal government. B. sway political opinion in favor of the wrong party. C. alert foreign governments of our economic plans. D. potentially harm the citizens of the United States.
Weegy: In recent years, the federal government has argued that the public good is better served by not allowing information to be disclosed that could potentially harm the citizens of the United States. (More)
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Define actual malice. A. a legal term that means a person lied under oath B. a legal term that means a person made a statement knowing that it was false C. a legal term that refers to an incident in which the government lied to the people to hide something D. a legal term that means a person was accused even though they told the truth
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Actual malice is defined as: a legal term that means a person made a statement knowing that it was false.
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Which president signed the Freedom of Information Act? A. Richard Nixon B. John Kennedy C. Lyndon B. Johnson D. Ronald Reagan
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Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Freedom of Information Act.
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Freedom of the press is guaranteed by which constitutional amendment? A. 5th B. 3rd C. 1st D. 2nd
Weegy: Freedom of the press is guaranteed by the 1st constitutional amendment. (More)
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Which two rival New York City newspapers claimed that Spain was responsible for the explosion of the U.S. Maine? A. the New York World and the New York Journal B. the New York Journal and the New York Post C. the New York Journal and the New York Times D. the New York Post and the New York Daily News
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The New York World and the New York Journal claimed that Spain was responsible for the explosion of the U.S. Maine.
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