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AP Gov Chapter 4&5 Test Questions
Terms in this set (15)
Symbolic speech is...
the nonverbal expression of beliefs.
According to the clear and present danger test, expression could be restricted if...
evidence exists that such expression would cause a condition that would endanger the public.
To be considered obscene, the work...
must lack serious redeeming literary, artistic, political, or scientific merit.
a false statement that harms the good reputation of another.
School prayer was ruled unconstitutional in...
Engle Vs. Vital.
The United States Supreme Court created a definition of obscene from the case...
Miller Vs. California.
The government cannot prohibit you from practicing the religion of your choice can be found in the...
Free Exercise Clause.
The phrase separation of church and state cannot be found in the Constitution, however, the idea of government and its role being separated from religion can be found in...
the Establishment Clause.
Voucher system allows...
families to take children out of failed schools and take them to any school including private schools.
When we speak of civil liberties in the United States, we typically are referring to...
specific limitations on government outlined in the Bill of Rights and elsewhere in the Constitution.
As originally presented in the Constitution, the Bill of Rights...
limited only the power of the national government, not that of the states.
The Fourteenth Amendment...
provided a way to apply the Bill of Rights to the states.
In Lemon Vs. Kurtzman the Supreme Court...
ruled that direct state aid could not be used to subsidize religious instruction.
Prior restraint is defined as...
restraining an action before that activity has actually occurred.
The incorporation of the fourteenth amendment was first fully successfully enforces in...
Gitlow Vs. New York
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