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19. Civil Liberties: First Amendment Freedoms. The Unalienable Rights. Freedom of Religion. Freedom of Speech and Press. Freedom of Assembly and Petition. Bill of Rights. Bill of Rights. first ten amendments protecting individual rights. c ivil liberties. c ivil liberties.

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    1. 19. Civil Liberties: First Amendment Freedoms.

    2. The Unalienable Rights.

    3. Freedom of Religion.

    4. Freedom of Speech and Press.

    5. Freedom of Assembly and Petition.

    6. Bill of Rights

    7. Bill of Rights first ten amendments protecting individual rights

    8. civil liberties

    9. civil liberties protections against government, guarantees of the safety of persons, opinion, and property from arbitrary acts of government

    10. civil rights

    11. civil rights those positive acts of government that seek to make constitutional guarantees a reality for all people

    12. alien

    13. alien are people who are not citizens of the country in which they live

    14. Due Process Clause

    15. Due Process Clause “No Stats shall…deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law…”

    16. process of incorporation

    17. process of incorporation The Court has incorporated - merged, combined – most of the guarantees in the Bill of Rights into the 14th Amendments Due Process Clause

    18. Establishment Clause

    19. Establishment Clause prohibit an “establishment of religion”

    20. parochial

    21. parochial church related

    22. Free Exercise Clause

    23. Free Exercise Clause guarantees to each person the right to believe whatever he or she chooses to believe in matters of religion

    24. libel

    25. libel false and malicious use of words

    26. slander

    27. slander false and malicious use of spoken words

    28. sedition

    29. sedition crime of attempting to overthrow the government by force or to disrupt its lawful activities by violent acts

    30. seditious speech

    31. seditious speech advocating, or urging, of such conduct (attempting to overthrow the government by force or to disrupt its lawful activities by violent acts)

    32. prior restraint

    33. prior restraint government cannot curb ideas before they are expressed

    34. shield laws

    35. shield laws these laws give reporters some protection against having to disclose their sources or reveal other confidential information in legal proceedings in those States

    36. symbolic speech

    37. symbolic speech a person can “say” something with a facial expression or shrug of the shoulders, or by carrying a sign or wearing an armband

    38. picketing

    39. picketing involves patrolling of a business site by workers who are on strike

    40. assemble

    41. assemble to gather with one another

    42. content neutral

    43. content neutral government can regulate assemblies on the basis of time, place, and manner government cannot regulate assemblies on the basis of what might be said there

    44. right of association

    45. right of association the right to associate with others to promote political, economic, and other social causes

    46. First Amendment Freedoms.

    47. Celebrating the Bill of Rights.

    48. The Fugitive.

    49. The Great Wall of Los Angeles.

    50. Process of Incorporation.