A Supreme Court Case Analysis of the First Amendment’s Three Provisions

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A Supreme Court Case Analysis of the Three Provisions of Freedom of Religion, Freedom of the Press, and Freedom of Speech under the 1st Amendment of the Constitution
This legal study will evaluate the important aspects of Constitutional liberties that were challenged by various Supreme Court Cases that arose in the history of American life. In Minersville School District v. Gobitis, 310 U.S. 586, the threat to religious liberty to Jehovah Witness for saluting the American flag caused a challenge to the freedom of religion in the 1st Amendment. Another case, New York Times Co. v. United States, 403 U.S. 713 made it possible for The New York times to publish the Pentagon Papers against the executive orders of President Nixon under freedom of...
The end:
.....edoms for American citizens in today’s society through enforcing the mandates of the Constitution.
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