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    Freedom of speech and the Constitution We are all fortunate enough to have the freedom of speech, it is given to us as americans being ruled under the american constitution. We find the right to speak our minds in the first amendment of the constitution. Freedom of speech is taken a couple of ways, some of these are positive some may not have the same positive spin. Some people think we can say anything we like, no matter how controversial it maybe, without fear of punishment. Some think that the freedom of speech only protects speech, where some believe it protects art, and writing and any type of expression. Freedom of expression tend to play a huge role for the press and media as it allows different point of views as far as political…

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    Today, the people of America enjoys their right on freedom of speech that is taken for granted by the first amendment of its American Constitution established by the Founding Father Statements. Therefore, freedom of speech is the cornerstone which all of other rights were initially disembogued. In contrast it can only be a dream of those whose hands are tightened, and mouths closed in other parts of world, thus thanks to those who have initially drafted the ultimate components and to the notable…

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    The United States. Our country, our home,the land of the free, and the home of the brave. To many people the United States is a sanctuary for them. We have the right to say what we want, when we want, and about whatever we want. People who live in our country depend on freedom of speech. Our country is on of a few that has the individual right of freedom of speech. Through freedom of speech Martin Luther King Jr. was able to execute his individual rights to speak against what he thought was…

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    Does national security override free speech? In the case of Snowden, Manning and Assange, they each leaked classified documents to the public under the name of free speech. Is this actually classified as free speech? According to J.S Mills, if it doesn’t cause physical harm to a populace, then it is classified as ‘free speech’ and so the leakage of government documents is allowed in accordance to Mills’ theory on free speech. Mills does not include psychological harm to anyone in his definition…

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    Freedom of speech is quite possibly one of the most important tools we Americans are provided, but with great power comes great responsibility. For example, in the sixties, around the time of America’s controversial involvement vietnam war, thousands of soldiers were drafted to the army, both black and white. Now if you’ll recall this was also the time of extreme opposition and protest for black and “colored” rights. African Americans were angry with the government at the time and the way they…

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    Living in the United States we enjoy many independences and freedoms. Although most of these freedoms seem normal and like they have always been there, almost all have been earned through determination and having to give up something. Freedom of speech is perhaps the most valued and contentious right out of all of the rights we have earned. Our ancestors worked hard to make sure that we could have the freedom that they were not given. On the First Amendments one of the rights listed is freedom…

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    “I’m Offended,” this phrase is one of the most common things we hear in today’s society. People in America today have become oversensitive. There are so many things these days that set people off and cause them go on a rampage for the smallest actions or for someone not agreeing with them. People have come to the realization that if you disagree with them that they are all of a sudden a bad person and people feel the need to have control of their words to make people be politically correct.…

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    The freedom of speech, granted within the first amendment to the constitution, allows the sharing of people’s views and opinions without fear of censorship. This right has been essential for the development of ideas and the success of democracy. It has been discussed; however, that this right is paradoxical in nature making it much more complicated than it seems to be. The paradox of free speech, as some argue, stems within the tolerance it demands the intolerant and has caused much debate as to…

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    The freedom of speech, not only is a want, but a need in this world. The freedom of speech affects almost everything in a person's daily life, every day of the week. This freedom of speech is also associated with the other first amendment freedoms. People always have something to say about an event, a debate, or anything that catches everyone's attention. Freedom of speech is a need because of the effect, of not having the freedom of speech, on other countries. The reason why this right is a…

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    the Constitution was written to ensure that these rights were noted and well established for the people, by the people. The First Amendment to the US Constitution states in part: “Congress shall make no law... abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.” (US Consitution, Am. 1) Freedom of Speech is one of the most rapidly developing aspects of the doctrine that our nation was built…

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