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Question 1: Under the ________ and the Terrorism Act 2006, there are areas designated as 'protected sites' where people are not allowed to go.
Racial and Religious Hatred Act 2006Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005United Kingdom legislationPolice and Criminal Evidence Act 1984

Question 2: Demonstrations are usually physical gatherings, but virtual or ________ demonstrations are certainly possible.
Online and offlineTelephoneMobile phoneInternet

Question 3: Protest marches and demonstrations are seen to be a common ________ tactic.
PacifismAntimilitarismPeace movementNonviolence

Question 4: ________ groups fear the powers could hinder peaceful protest.
Reproductive rightsHuman rightsCultureTorture

Question 5: ________
Anti-nuclear movement in the United StatesThree Mile Island accidentAnti-nuclear protests in the United StatesAnti-nuclear movement in California

Question 6: For example, if a demonstration is targeted at issues relating to foreign nation, the demonstration may take place at a location associated with that nation, such as an ________ of the nation in question.
Diplomatic missionTaipei Economic and Cultural Representative OfficeItalyDiplomacy

Question 7: Some demonstrations and protests however can turn, at least partially, into riots or mob violence against objects such as ________ and businesses, bystanders and the police.
AutomobileVacuum servoDisc brakeThrottle

Question 8: A demonstration is a form of ________ action by groups of people in favor of a political or other cause, normally consisting of walking in a march and a meeting (rally) to hear speakers.
NonviolencePeace movementPacifismAntimilitarism

Question 9: The ________ specifically allows peaceful demonstrations and the freedom of assembly as part of a measure to facilitate the redress of such grievances.
First Amendment to the United States ConstitutionUnited States Bill of RightsSecond Amendment to the United States ConstitutionFourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution

Question 10: Topics of demonstrations often deal with political, ________, and social issues.
EconomicsMoneyHeterodox economicsKeynesian economics


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