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11 Cards in this Set

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individual freedoms tha government must not interfere with; religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition
civil liberties
expression of an opinion before a willing audience
pure speech
speech that is accompanied by such actions as demonstrations or parades
speech plus
nonverbal communication through the use of symbols
symbolic speech
printed defamatory statements
spoken defamatory statements
publishing of a false statement with the knowledge that it is flase with intent to do harm
actual malice
speech that advocates overthrowing the government or resisting lawful authorities
seditious speech
betrayal of the nation of which one is a citizen
all types of printed media as well as radio, television and movies
censorship of material before it can be read by the public
prior restraint