The First Amendment (Freedom of Speech, Right of Assembly, Right to Petition the Government for Redress of Grievances)
Yes. The First Amendment applies to every person physically present in the United States. The First Amendment does not, however, protect certain kinds of speech, such as that intended to incite violence. These exceptions apply to all, however.
The Nineteenth Amendment permitted which of the following groups to vote for the first time?
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The first Amendment protect freedom of religion, of speech, of press, and to peacefull assemble.
It's called the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America. It is the freedom of peaceful assembly.
the first amendment protects the right to freedom of speech, religion, press, assembly andpetition.
The first amendment guarentees freedom of speech, religion, petition, assembly, and press
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Defamatory and"Fighting words'
freedom of speech
It protects the congress from making laws
The 15th Amendment gave voting privileges to African Americans.
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White women, regardless of property ownership, were permitted to vote by the nineteenth amendment.
The freedom of religion and the right to petition the government.
It Changed The Way We Were Able To Live Our Lives And Protect Our Nation
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