Flashcards in Quiz, Tuesday Deck (24)
What is the 14th amendment?
Its the due process clause
First 10 bills apply to all of the states
What is the 1st amendment?
Freedom of speech (press)
What is the difference between civil liberties and civil rights?
Civil liberties protect us from the government, civil rights are protected by the government
Bill of rights
First 10 amendments to the constitution, state the natural rights of the US citizens
What is the Process of incorporation?
When the government merged most of the bill of rights guaranties into the Due Process Clause
What is the Due process clause?
It's part of the 14th amendment, and it guaranties that no state can deny the basic rights to its people's
What is the establishment clause?
It separates the church from state
What is a Parochial school?
A school that is a church related school
Why dues aid to a parochial school pose a constitutional problem?
It goes against the due processes clause? HELP
🌟What is the Lemon test?
The three pronged standardized test made to ensure that funding to a parochial school is not going against the due process clause.
1. Aid is secular not religious, 2. It's effects must not enhance or inhibit religion, 3. It must avoid an excessive entanglement with gov. and religion
What is the free exercise clause?
Free exercise of religion
What is the difference between Libel and Slander?
Libel: False use of printed words
Slander: False use of spoken words
What is Sedition?
The crime of attempting to overthrow the government by force or to disrupt it's lawful activities by violent acts
What is Seditious speech?
The urging through speech to do sedition (go against gov.)
🌟What is prior restraint?
Whats an example of it being an okay action?
To arrest or take action on words before anything has been done
If someone says they have a bomb at the airport
What is picketing?
How is it a form of symbolic speech?
Patrolling of a business site by those who are on strike.
Just by simply being there they're symbolizing how unfair work there is
To spy on the government
What does the right to assemble peacefully mean?
To gather and discus public matters
How has the supreme court limited the time, place, and manor of an assembly?
It can't be by a school where it would disrupt daily activities, and there can be no marching by a courthouse. You also can't make noise.
What is the right of association?
The right to be associated with people to discuss ways to improve economic, political, and other social cause
What is Tax exemption, do holy places get them?
It means you get to pay less, and yes places of worship have it
When it comes to movies, what can the 1st amendment do?
It allows them to be non-educational
What created the right to assemble on private property?
Dick Gregory vs. Chicago