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November 2

posted Nov 2, 2012, 4:49 AM by Peter Knowles   [ updated Nov 2, 2012, 4:59 AM ]
You had homework last night; any questions? Let's talk about them first.

Then we'll look at the slideshows you created yesterday on Freedom of Religion.
As we watch them, keep in mind the following question:
How does government balance its position so it doesn't violate the Establishment Clause or the Free Exercise Clause?

Establishment Clause
  1. School Prayer (491-492) Presentation
  2. Religious Clubs and Groups (492) Presentation
  3. Teaching Evolution in Schools (492) 
  4. Legislative Prayer / Chaplains (493) Presentation
  5. Religious Holidays / Seasonal Displays (492-493) Presentation
  6. Graduation Ceremonies (491) Presentation
Free Exercise Clause
  1. Pledge of Allegiance (497) Presentation
  2. Vaccinations (496) Presentation
  3. Blue Laws (496) Presentation
  4. Workplace Freedoms (496) 

Homework for Monday

4. Expression & Nat’l Security (19.4)

506-508

11/5

    Assembly and Petition (19.5)

508-511

Level 1a) Espionage

1b)  Sabotage

1c) Treason

1d) Sedition

1e) Clear and Present Danger

Level 2a) How has the Supreme Court generally dealt with laws that outlaw seditious activities in times of war? (506-507)

2b) What do “Time Place & Manner” restrictions say about the right to assembly? (509)

2c) How has the concept of “Freedom of Association” emerged from the 1st Amendment? (511)

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