Chapter 3 Civil Liberties & Civil Rights. The Bill of Rights: A Charter of Liberties Nationalizing the Bill of Rights Civil Liberties Civil Rights. The Bill of Rights: A Charter of Liberties. Article I of the Constitution includes Writ of Habeas Corpus Bill of Attainder
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— school prayer, nativity scenes, Pledge of Allegiance, bible class, evolution, The 10 Commandments, private school vouchers.
— polygamy, religious holidays,
— peyote and work.
— Speech that presents a clear and present danger is not protected by the First Amendment. (Sedition and “fighting words”)
— Libel and slander is not protected.
— Obscenity is not protected.
— Symbolic speech (nonverbal, e.g. flag burning) is protected speech.
—The U.S. Supreme Court concluded that a right to privacy was created through the First, Third, Fourth, Fifth and Ninth Amendments.
Interstate Commerce Commission
Busing (education phase II)
Justice Department Suits
Equal Pay Act 1963
Voting Rights 1965
Immigration Act of 1965
War on Poverty 1966
Fair Housing Act 1968
— Legal action.