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SPEECH, SCHOOLS and

SUPREME COURT RULINGS


SPEECH, SCHOOLS and

SUPREME COURT RULINGS:

A Phil Donahue Show starring

North Syracuse TAH Participants & Mary Beth Tinker


Congress shall makeno law… abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press


1919:Schenck v. U.S. held that

speech is not anabsolute right

Should students

in schools have

a right to

free speech?


A Brief Overview of

Vietnam leading to

Tinker v.

Des Moines


  • France ruled

  • Indochina from 1887

  • to WWII

  • Japan invades in

  • 1940

  • Potsdam divides

  • Vietnam & Indochina is

  • returned to France

French Indochina


  • HCM forms the Viet Minh

  • The Viet Minh battle the French from 1946—1954

  • French leave in 1954

Ho Chi Minh & the Viet Minh


  • North & South Vietnam divided

  • Elections to reunite Vietnam supposed to be held

  • Elections not held

Geneva Agreement 1954


U.S. Role

Advisors

under

Eisenhower

JFK sends

up to

17,000

troops


The First U.S. Supreme Court

Chief Justice:John Jay, from New York

Associate Justices:John Rutledge, from South CarolinaWilliam Cushing, from MassachusettsJames Wilson, from PennsylvaniaJohn Blair, from VirginiaJames Iredell, from North Carolina


What Do You Think ?

#3 "We are under a Constitution, but the Constitution is what

the judges say it is."


Johnson

is sworn

In after

JFK’s

Assassination

11/22/63


In the 1964

election,

Johnson

was the Peace

Candidate and

Goldwater the war monger


Goldwater

Need 500,000

troops and

Bomb the North


The First U.S. Supreme Court

Chief Justice:John Jay, from New York

Associate Justices:John Rutledge, from South CarolinaWilliam Cushing, from MassachusettsJames Wilson, from PennsylvaniaJohn Blair, from VirginiaJames Iredell, from North Carolina


The First U.S. Supreme Court

Chief Justice:John Jay, from New York

Associate Justices:John Rutledge, from South CarolinaWilliam Cushing, from MassachusettsJames Wilson, from PennsylvaniaJohn Blair, from VirginiaJames Iredell, from North Carolina


1965

While the war

goes on in

Vietnam,

so does life

in the

United States…


There are NONE stated


In the fall of 1965, Bob Hope said he was leaving for his final trip to Vietnam for we were winning the war.


J Carroll --

senior at Le Moyne

John and Mary Beth Tinker

were high school and middle

school students in Des Moines Iowa

whose decision to wear armbands

affects everyone today in the U.S.


On December 16, 1965, Mary Beth Tinker wore an armband to school; her suspension went to the U. S. Supreme Court.


It’s time for our discussion

of Tinker v. Des Moines


Tinker v. Des Moines


Tinker v. Des Moines


Tinker v. Des Moines


Tinker v. Des Moines


The Decision

In 1969, the U.S.

Supreme Court ruled by 7—2 in favor of the Tinkers.

Students do not shed their constitutional rights at the school house gate.


Bethel School District v.

Fraser (1986)


Bethel v. Fraser


Bethel v. Fraser


Bethel School District v.

Fraser (1986)

"I know a man who is firm - he's firm in his pants, he's firm in his shirt, his character is firm - but most [of] all, his belief in you the students of Bethel, is firm. Jeff Kuhlman is a man who takes his point and pounds it in. If necessary he'll take an issue and nail it to the wall.


Bethel School District v.

Fraser (1986)

… He doesn't attack things in spurts - he drives hard, pushing and pushing until finally - he succeeds. Jeff is a man who will go to the very end - even the climax, for each and every one of you. So please vote for Jeff Kuhlman, as he'll never come between us and the best our school can be.


Bethel School District v.

Fraser (1986)

The Decision

Supreme Court rules 7—2 to uphold the suspension. Decision does not overturn Tinker but limits expression that

may be sexually vulgar in schools.


Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier


Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier


The Decision

The Supreme Court

ruled 5—3 in support

of school limits on school-sponsored publications. Spectrum was part of a school journalism course

and paid for by the school. Younger students may not be old enough for the content. Identities of families may become known.


Morse v. Frederick


Morse v. Frederick


The Decision

Court ruled

5—4 in favor

Of Morse

(school district)

The sign promoted illegal drug use


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