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1. The increase in the acceptance of substantive rights and liberties has been
recognized due to _ changes.
(A) economic
(B) political
(C) judicial
(D) cultural
(E) social
2. Schenck v. United States established that speech posing a _
was not protected by the First Amendment.
(A) risk to the government
(B) call to public acts of mayhem
(C) clear and present danger
(D) detriment to society
(E) promotion of disloyalty
3. The Supreme Court first applied First Amendment protections to the states
in the Gitlow v. New York ruling by finding that
(A) states cannot control the press
(B) states cannot limit religious activity without due process
(C) states cannot interfere with free speech
(D) states cannot automatically keep people from assembling
(E) states must offer a forum for a petition of grievances
4. Civil liberties and civil rights are often not well defended when
(A) the nation is at war
(B) there is increased immigration
(C) there is a shift in political power
(D) the Supreme Court defers to Congress and the president
(E) they conflict with the political mood of the country
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5. The clear and probable danger test, an addition to the clear and present
danger test in Schenck v. United States, was introduced in
(A) Mapp V. Ohio
(B) Texas v. Johnson
(C) Roth V. United States
(D) Dennis v. United States
(E) Griswold v. Connecticut
7. Miller v. California held that, instead of applying a broad definition of
obscenity, _ should be responsible for deciding what is
(A) community boards
(B) law enforcement in each case
(C) state and local governments
(D) local courts
(E) individuals
8. The rights and liberties connected to freedom of the press are often
measured against the rights and liberties of
(A) the accused
(B) private citizens
(C) public officials
(D) civil litigants
(E) All of the above
9. The
_ religious freedom Americans enjoy is due to the First Amendment’s and free exercise clause.
(A) elastic clause
(B) equal protection clause
(C) establishment clause
(D) take care clause
(E) unnecessary and proper clause
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10. A law satisfies the establishment clause for religion if legislation
(A) advances but doesn’t inhibit a religion
(B) has a secular legislative purpose
(C) doesn’t purposely foster excessive government entanglement (D) refrains from clear public endorsements
(E) meets a community need
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