“A Clear and Present Danger”
In this lesson, provided by the Constitutional Rights Foundation, students decide four free-speech cases decided by the Supreme Court following World War I and answer these questions:
Who should have freedom of speech? Should it apply only to those who voice opinions most people agree with? Or, should it be for everyone, even for those who hold opinions that most Americans hate?
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Friday, June 22, 2018 | 17:00:24