In Schenck v. United States, the Supreme Court had to decide whether Schenck was protected by the First Amendment in speaking out against the draft during World War I. The Supreme Court ruled against Schenck, arguing that he was not protected because
A. his actions proved that he was a spy for Germany.
B. his actions were harmful to the Allies' military victory.
C. his actions risked the
welfare of the nation during wartime.
D. his actions were seen as fraud against the wartime government.
C. his actions risked the welfare of the nation during wartime.
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