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Freedom to gather with each other is part of the first amendment to the U.S Bill of of Rights
Like a school gathering all the kids gather somewhere to see a program like a storytelling show.

It is easy to see why governments might wish to deny people the right to associate with others. People have a hard time expressing their dissatisfaction with the way things are being done by the government when they are alone--being in a group enables them to feel that they are not alone in their disagreement, and enables them to do something about it. In the electronic age, a certain amount of "assembly" takes place in cyberspace, which is one reason why governments like to control the use of the internet.
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What is the freedom of assembly?

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Why is freedom of assembly important?

Freedom of assembly is important because it gives us the right to  gather and discuss or protest if need be. If freedom of assembly  weren't legal, we could not have parades