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    I’d like to make to the Constitution in mind from my last essay, I would like to identify freedom of religion, freedom of speech, and the pursuit of happiness to be the most fundamental civil liberties and civil rights mentioned, and I would like to reiterate or add this to my constitution. To open this discussion, I would like to start with the civil liberty of freedom of religion. This liberty was identified in my original Constitution essay through the mentioning of the separation of church and state

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    This essay intends to respond to the statement "Poetry is a form of organised violence committed upon ordinary speech” through the use of poetry by William Carlos Williams, Ezra Pound and E.E.Cummings. Using the poems ‘The Red Wheelbarrow’ and the untitled poem ‘poem’ (Williams), ‘In a Station of the Metro’ (Pound) and the untitled poem ‘Poem, or Beauty hurts Mr. Vinal’ (Cummings), this essay will attempt to show that different styles and lengths of poetry, with different subject matter through

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    intended audience in his article “On Racist Speech” is college students and universities. His sense of tone is forthcoming. Lawerence word choice sets the tone by using the words conspicuous,dissenter, and bigot. The article gives examples of how universities do not protect minority college students. Lawrence states that universities should protect their students He also gives an example of how universities have tried to have rules to ban racist speech yet they have proven ineffective in stopping

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    themselves as democracies, there needs to be a scale that represents the shared value and aspiration of democracy to evaluate these countries in a critical and objective manner to determine the democratic performance of these governments. The region this essay will be focusing on is central and eastern Europe. When Poland, Hungary, and Czech Republics joined NATO in 1999 (B. C. Biega 2004), it made a great impact in many countries in central and eastern Europe as they start to adopt the concept of democracy

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    as this may become a reality. And, though time and time again court cases have ruled against censorship, many continue to fight to limit free speech in America. However, in restraining what the constitution guarantees, there is much at stake. Although many argue that censorship is necessary to protect America’s citizens, it violates one’s freedom of speech found in the First Amendment and should therefore not be practiced. Granted, there are many reasons for advocating censorship that could be justified

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    Edward Snowden Debate

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    On September 5, 2015 former National Security Agency (NSA) employee Edward Snowden was officially awarded the Norwegian Academy of Literature and Freedom of Expression Bjornson Prize. Snowden infamously leaked classified files from the NSA, ones that revealed that the agency had been gathering private data on United States citizens, as well as the members of the international community. Since then, Snowden has been charged with espionage and forced to seek asylum in Russia, where he currently resides

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    States was founded on the tenets of freedom, the practice of maintaining liberty is met with the caveat of also balancing protection. Thus, one of the most cherished rights, the freedom of speech guaranteed by the First Amendment, is also vulnerable to this desire to be limited in the interest of protection. Instead of enjoying unlimited expression, the media is often subject to censorship, a term which Media Now defines as “the formal restriction of media or speech content by government, political

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    Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees citizens freedom of religion, speech, writing and publishing, peaceful assembly, and the freedom to raise protests with the Government. Without the First Amendment, protesters could be harmed or jailed, minorities may be mistreated, a nationwide religion may be enforced, and citizens would not be able to voice their opinions on what the government is doing. However, even though the first amendment grants freedom to people’s choices, it is yet limited. There are

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    Freedom of Speech

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    Freedom Of Speech Do you think swearing is right? Well everybody in the world does it either its addressing it to someone, threatening someone, or even just saying it for no reason. Freedom of speech is important because it gives a person a chance to express themselves freely without having to get in trouble or anything. People around the world listen to swearing almost everyday. There are sometimes that you can get in trouble for saying what you want (I.e. threatening someone for there life). If

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    Introduction This essay is about the stance I take on grading a student’s essay about their hero Jesus and displaying their pictorial portrayal of him in the Last Supper in the classroom while taking into consideration the legal ramifications that could arise from this situation in the classroom from the other students that may find the picture to be offensive. I will take into consideration the information that I find about the First Amendment in the U.S. Constitution that explains the student’s

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