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What 1919 court case stated that the government could limit speech if it provoked a "clear and present danger"
Schenck v. United States
What court case made it more difficult for the government to persecute people who do not support the U.S. government?
Brandeburg v. Ohio 1969
What 1973 Supreme Court decision stated that community standards should determine if materials are obscene?
Miller v. California
What 1969 S.C. case stated that public schools could not deny students their freedom of expression under the First Amendment?
Tinker v. Des Moines 1969
What S.C. case did the S.C. strike down a law banning the burning of the American flag on the grounds that it was symbolic speech protected by the First Amendment?
Texas v. Johnson 1989
What organization decides what products can be advertised on radio and television and regulates the content of the advertising?
The FTC the Federal Trade Commission
What organization regulates the content, nature, and existence of radio and television broadcasting?
The FCC - the Federal Communications Commission
What 1958 S.C. case protected the right to associate when it decided that the NAACP did not have to reveal its membership list?
NAACP v. Alabama
What 1961 S.C. case extended the Fourth Amendment's protection against unreasonable searches and seizures to the states as well as the federal government?
Mapp v. Ohio 1961