If an individual writes a leter to the editor of a newspaper or magazine he or she is exercising which freedom?
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What does freedom of press mean in the Bill of Rights?
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What are some examples of freedom of the press?
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What freedom is exercised by writing a newspaper article?
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What is the meaning of individual freedom in a democracy?
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When a newspaper writes a religious story about a celebrity that is a known lie what freedom may be restricted?
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Is judicial review considered to be a freedom of speech?
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How does the first amendment apply citizens?
The 1st amendment to the US constitution includes freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of religion, right to assemble, and the right to petition. This means a citizen is free to speak their mind, free to publish whatever they please in a newspaper, magazine, etc., free to practice any religion they please, free to assemble and protest, and free to petition something if they feel it is wrong.