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Question 1: After ________, several cases involving laws limiting speech came before the Supreme Court.
World War IWestern Front (World War I)Armenian GenocideCaucasus Campaign

Question 2: The divisive issue of flag desecration as a form of protest came before the Supreme Court in ________, 491 U.S. 397 (1989).
John Paul StevensTexas v. JohnsonFlag Desecration AmendmentUnited States v. Eichman

Question 3: The Pruneyard doctrine privileges protesters, who would otherwise be ________, from being ejected from the property, as would other trespassers.
TortTrespassFraudTrover

Question 4: ________
Free Exercise Clause of the First AmendmentFirst Amendment to the United States ConstitutionEqual Protection ClauseUnited States Constitution

Question 5: Opposition to the ratification of the Constitution was partly based on the Constitution's lack of adequate guarantees for ________.
Immanuel KantFree marketDemocracyCivil liberties

Question 6: The case involved a speech made by ________, a political activist.
Grover ClevelandEugene V. DebsDemocratic Party (United States)Theodore Roosevelt

Question 7: ________
Article One of the United States ConstitutionUnited States Bill of RightsArticle Five of the United States ConstitutionList of amendments to the United States Constitution

Question 8: The federal government and the states have long been permitted to limit ________ or pornography.
Sexual revolutionBDSMObscenityProstitution

Question 9: Free speech zones are areas set aside in public places for political activists to exercise their right of ________ as an exercise of what is commonly called "TPM" or "time, place, manner" regulation of speech.
Freedom of speechFreedom of thoughtFreedom of informationHuman rights

Question 10: Justice ________, in Jacobellis v. Ohio, 378 U.S. 184 (1964), famously stated that, although he could not precisely define pornography, "I know it when I see it."
William O. DouglasPotter StewartByron WhiteJohn Marshall Harlan II
















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