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5 Matching questions

  1. 1735- John Peter Zenger Trial
  2. 1974- United States v. Nixon
  3. 1919- Debs vs. US
  4. 1908- Muller v. Oregon
  5. 1944- Korematsu v. United States
  1. a Your rights can be limited in time of war
  2. b Criticism of government is ok if true
  3. c Upheld the power of the president in wartime to limit a group's civil liberties
  4. d Upheld an Oregon law that limited women to a 10-hour work day in laundries or factories in order to protect women's health
  5. e By 8-0 vote, court ruled that Nixon had to turn over the Watergate Tapes to the Special Prosecutor
    No president was above the law

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Ruled that a New York law limiting bakers to 10-hour days and 60-hour weeks in order to protect public health was unconstitutional because it violated the right and liberty of an individual to contract
  2. Struck down AAA
    Processing a tax out of which farmers were paid to restrict production was not a tax, but rather was regulation of agriculture beyond the powers of congress
  3. A series of cases which asked "Does the Constitution and all of its rights automatically cover any person in territory which the U.S. acquires?" or "Does the Constitution follow the flag?" No.
  4. Declared state laws making abortions illegal to be unconstitutional while stating certain limits and conditions
  5. Established the requirement prior to questioning to inform those accused of crimes that they have the right to remain silent, the right to a lawyer, and that what they say can be used against them in court

5 True/False questions

  1. 1919- Schenck v. United StatesEstablished limits on free speech; right is not absolute but dependent on circumstances, i.e. person is not protected if falsely shouts fire in a crowded theater


  2. 1904- Northern Securities Co. v. United StatesFederal suit using Sherman Antitrust Act
    Court ordered it to be dissolved


  3. 1961- Mapp v. OhioDeclared state laws making abortions illegal to be unconstitutional while stating certain limits and conditions


  4. 1877- Munn vs. IllinoisDeclared that Granger laws regulating the railroad rates were ok


  5. 1857- Dred Scott v. SanfordRuled that African Americans were not citizens (overturned the 14th amendment)