Freedom Of Speech, Dautrich And Bare And The First Amendment

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Freedom of expression is one of the laws the forefathers of America made to empower its citizens and also enables them to live in peace thinks about the freedom of speech and also recommended some ways to support freedom of speech. The study was done almost to the time of a national election and, during the period of American history when the Country was in a war with the intention of spreading freedom of democracy. Dautrich and Bare utilizes the outcome of the research to appeal to the public to uphold freedom of speech because almost half of the people interviewed agreed that the government should review newspapers before they are published. “ Only 51 percent of 9th and 12th graders agree that newspapers should be allowed to publish freely without government approval of stories--- in other words , nearly half entertains the idea of newspaper censorship”(358) and if that happen the freedom of speech will be of no use.
Another claim of fact Dautrich and Bare gave as a challenge to freedom of expression is the law President John Adam and federalist congress passed to oppose the freedom of speaking against the government and also the “senator John McCarthy’s “red scare” (359), and Attorney general John Ashcroft introducing of the patriot act are some of the laws that were introduced to stand in the way of The First Amendment.
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The authors use indirect persuation to appeal to the public by writing that leaders of America have declared their commitment to freedom and liberty throughout the world, and gave example of a speech made by President Bush, the then president of United State on his second inaugural address. When the president said the Iraqi and Afghani military operations is a vehicle to spread freedom throughout the

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