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First Amendment

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on 4 October 2012

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Transcript of First Amendment

photo (cc) Malte Sörensen @ flickr First Amendment Freedoms Guarantees Americans the right to practice their faith as they wish. Freedom of Religion Freedom of Assembly The right to gather and publish information, even if it goes against the government Freedom of
Press Protects our right to gather in groups for any reason, so long as it's peaceful. Guarantees that we can say what is on our minds, in public or private, without fear or punishment of the government. Freedom of Speech The right to advertise your opinion publicly Freedom of Petition Fourteenth Amendment States that all people born or naturalized are US citizens and citizens of the state in which they live. No states can deny any citizen of their rights and must provide equal protection under the law. http://cdn.bikyamasr.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/freedom-of-religion.jpg
http://www.freewebs.com/rescuewenjian/petition08April2007.jpg
http://www.thewe.cc/thewei/_/images11/us/we_love_immigration.jpe
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http://www.cooperativeindividualism.org/calvin-on-first-amendment.jpg Citations: The political cartoon shows a boy asking a man about his views on our 1st amendment freedoms. Instead of the man expressing his opinion he continually agrees with the boy. He does this because he does not want to say that he believes in having 1st amendment freedoms but also believes there should be censorship. He has a contradictory opinion and therefore he stalls. Real World Connection
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