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  1. Civil Rights and Civil Liberties

  2. Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of Speech, Press, Religion, Petition, and Assembly

  3. Answer – 100 First Amendment

  4. Protects against unreasonable searches and seizures without warrants

  5. Answer – 200 Fourth Amendment

  6. The right of U.S. citizens to vote regardless of sex

  7. Answer – 300 Nineteenth Amendment

  8. Ratified three years after the Civil War: Defines citizenship; establishes equal protection and due process of law

  9. Answer – 400 Fourteenth Amendment

  10. Ratified in 1964: Abolished poll taxes (but only for Presidential, Vice Presidential, and Congressional elections)

  11. Answer – 500 Twenty-Fourth Amendment

  12. Nonverbal actions meant to convey a political message, such as burning the U.S. flag or wearing armbands to protest war

  13. Answer – 100 Symbolic Speech

  14. Racial segregation that occurs because of past social and economic conditions or residential patterns

  15. Answer – 200 De Facto Segregation

  16. Stopping an action before it has actually occurred, like publishing the Pentagon Papers

  17. Answer – 300 Prior Restraint

  18. This test, developed in the verdict of Schenk v. U.S., is performed to declare whether or not speech should be limited

  19. Answer – 400 Clear and Present Danger Test

  20. Personal freedoms protected for all individuals

  21. Answer – 500 Civil Liberties

  22. Through the Fourteenth Amendment, the verdict of this Supreme Court case required states to provide counsel to anyone charged with a felony

  23. Answer – 100 Gideon v. Wainwright

  24. This Supreme Court case deemed public school prayer unconstitutional

  25. Answer – 200 Engle v. Vitale

  26. First Supreme Court case to imply and protect the right to privacy, including a right to family planning

  27. Answer – 300 Griswold v. Connecticut

  28. Supreme Court case that upheld the ordering of Japanese Americans into internment camps during World War II regardless of citizenship

  29. Answer – 400 Korematsu v. U.S.

  30. 1961 Supreme Court case that established the precedent for Fourth Amendment rights: illegally seized evidence can not be used during local, state, or federal trials

  31. Answer – 500 Mapp v. Ohio

  32. Though met with resistance in the South, it overturned the Plessy v. Ferguson with “all deliberate speed.”

  33. Answer – 100 Brown v. Board of Education

  34. This act, passed by Congress, banned discrimination in employment and public facilities. It also allowed the government to withhold federal funds from states and local areas not in compliance

  35. Answer – 200 Civil Rights Act of 1964

  36. Federal agency established to enforce laws against job discrimination

  37. Answer – 300 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

  38. This act, passed by Congress, not only outlawed literacy and other discriminatory tests but allowed federal officials to register new voters

  39. Answer – 400 Voting Rights Act of 1965

  40. In this 2003 case, the Supreme Court overturned a previous verdict and ruled that states cannot intrude on the personal and private life of an individual

  41. Answer – 500 Lawrence v. Texas

  42. This Supreme Court implies a “right to privacy” that protects a woman’s freedom to choose abortion or not during the first three months of pregnancy

  43. Answer – 100 Roe v. Wade

  44. Responses may be used in a court of law: this Supreme Court case ruling requires law enforcement officials to advise a suspect of his/her constitutional rights

  45. Answer – 200 Miranda v. Arizona

  46. Supreme Court case that deemed flag desecration as constitutional

  47. Answer – 300 Texas v. Johnson

  48. This Supreme Court case upheld affirmative action but declared specific racial quotas unconstitutional

  49. Answer – 400 University of California v. Bakke