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Which court case supported the First Amendment right to engage in flag burning as a protest? a. Texas vs. Johnson. b.Miranda vs. Arizona. c.Bush vs. Gore. d.McCulloch vs Maryland.
Texas v. Johnson case.court case supported the First Amendment right to engage in flag burning as a protest
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