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The establishment clause has been interpreted differently depending upon time, place and location (just to give some examples)
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what does seditious speech target?
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In the last half-century, the constitutional command requiring equal protection of the laws for all people has been critical in the great social movements that have secured _______ rights for many in the United States a. political c. equal legal b. economic d. equal property
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In the last half-century, the constitutional command requiring equal protection of the laws for all people has been critical in the great social movements that have secured EQUAL LEGAL rights for many in the United States.

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Hi, Yumdrea. Please don't post duplicate answers. Thank you.
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alfred, It was not intention to post a duplicate answer.Your answer was not on my screen when i posted my answer.sorry.
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