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LAW
6382
First Amendment: Speech and Press Clauses
First Amendment: Speech/Press
Fall 2016
3
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50

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The rights of expression, association, and religious freedom recognized by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Categories of unprotected expression (e.g., obscenity) and less-protected expression (e.g., commercial speech). Issues of time/place/manner regulation, speech in public for a, regulation of political campaigns. Constitutional burdens and benefits unique to religion. Material includes Supreme Court decisions and secondary literature on these subjects. (Examination)
Students will gain knowledge in the rights of expression, association, and religious freedom recognized by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
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