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This case is one example that helped to establish the “clear and present danger” doctrine in terms of an individual’s freedom of association. a. DeJonge v. Oregon c. Whitney v. California b. Gregory v. Chicago d. Feiner v. New York
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Which of the following is not a reason, reserved by the U.S. government, to stop a demonstration? a. unfavorable speech c. violence b. destruction of property d. committing of crimes
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Unfavorable speech is not a reason, reserved by the U.S. government, to stop a demonstration.
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Which of the following statements about commercial speech is TRUE? a. It is legal to print false or misleading advertising only to benefit government-funded products. b. Cigarette ads are permitted on radio and television. c. Federal law forbids pharmacies from advertising prescription drug prices. d. Commercial speech is protected by the 1st and 14th amendments.
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Commercial speech is protected by the 1st and 14th amendments- is the TRUE statement about commercial speech.

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According to the interpretation given by the Supreme Court, "due process" not only refers to the procedural rights associated primarily with criminal cases, but also includes "substantive" rights relating to what/ a. economic freedom. c. personal liberty. b. political freedom. d. cultural freedom.
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According to the interpretation given by the Supreme Court, "due process" not only refers to the procedural rights associated primarily with criminal cases, but also includes "substantive" rights relating to: personal liberty.
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