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Chapter 6 Section 3 Questions. Citizens’ rights are often difficult to interpret because the Bill of Rights ____________________. Interpreting rights involves weighing them against ______________________. Interpreting the meaning of citizens’ rights is the job of the _________________.

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    1. Chapter 6 Section 3 Questions • Citizens’ rights are often difficult to interpret because the Bill of Rights ____________________. • Interpreting rights involves weighing them against ______________________. • Interpreting the meaning of citizens’ rights is the job of the _________________. • Where are cases involving citizens’ rights usually heard first? __________________ • In the Tinker case, the Supreme Court ruled that students ____________________________. • The Skokie case showed that the First Amendment protects _____________________________. • According to justice Hand, protecting rights is most importantly the job of ________________________.

    2. Chapter 6 Section 3 The Role of the Courts Judges must decide whether laws go against people’s rights. The two cases below are case studies. They show how ideas in the Constitution apply to real events. Describe the following cases: The Tinker Case & The Skokie Case The Continuing Challenge Protecting the rights of citizens is a challenge that we all share. Our rights are not protected just because they are in the Constitution. Citizens play a key role in protecting people’s rights through their actions and respect for each other.

    3. Chapter 6 Section 3 Questions • Citizens’ rights are often difficult to interpret because the Bill of Rights is a broad description of rights. • Interpreting rights involves weighing them against other rights. • Interpreting the meaning of citizens’ rights is the job of the courts. • Where are cases involving citizens’ rights usually heard first? local courts • In the Tinker case, the Supreme Court ruled that students have a right to free speech. • The Skokie case showed that the First Amendment protects unpopular opinions. • According to justice Hand, protecting rights is most importantly the job of American citizens.