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Civil Liberties II

Quiz by Rachel Murat

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  • Q1
    An order to produce an arrested person before a judge.
    habeas corpus
  • Q2
    First test on protected/unprotected speech
    clear and present danger
    imminent lawless action
    clear and probable danger
    bad tendency test
  • Q3
    Schenck established this
    clear and present danger test
  • Q4
    "Whether the gravity of evil, discounted by its improbability, justifies such invasion of free speech as a necessary to avoid danger" most restrictive on citizens
    clear and probable danger test
  • Q5
    an imposing barrier to any government attempt to restrict speech; most restrictive on government
    imminent lawless action test
  • Q6
    Allows limits to speech based on the "clear and present danger" principle; WWI
    Schenck v. US
  • Q7
    Incorporated right to free speech to the states [Free Speech];
    Gitlow v. NY
  • Q8
    This case expanded the scope of political speech unless it is linked to immediate lawless behavior; imminent lawless action test
    Brandenburg v. Ohio
  • Q9
    Freedom of Religion, Speech, Press, Assembly, and Petition
    1st amendment
  • Q10
    incorporation of rights on a case-by-case basis
    selective incorporation
  • Q11
    Bill of Rights does not apply to the states; rejected total incorporation
    Barron v. Baltimore
  • Q12
    speech can be prohibited if it is "directed at inciting or producing imminent lawless action" and it is "likely to incite or produce such action."
    Dennis v. US

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