It doesn’t. The amendment gives the freedom of speech. Which means you can express yourself in print, action, or verbally.
The first amendment of the constitution does guarantee the freedom of religion.
Fourth amendment freedom of religion
Yes the Freedom of Speech was guaranteed by the First Amendment.
it violated the first amendment by taking away freedom of speech and freedom of press
Freedom of Speech, Freedom of the Press, and Freedom of Religion are all packed into the First Amendment which is part of the Bill of Rights and U.S. Constitution.
the first amendment gives you freedom of the press
The first amendment protects freedom of speech.
There are 5 freedoms to the Frist Amendment. They are: Freedom of speech, Freedom of religion, Freedom of press, Freedom of assembly, and Freedom of petition. They are all found in the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. biatchess.
The first amendment is the first amended piece to the Constitution, it is also the first of ten amendments that are called the "Bill of Rights". The first amendment guarantees the right to peaceably assemble, the freedom of speech and press and freedom of religion.
The first amendment protects the freedom to practice religion and freedom from religious restriction. The first amendment also protects freedom of speech and of the press.
The first amendment was passed to protect our five basic rights. These include; freedom of speech, religious freedom, freedom of press, freedom to assemble, and freedom to petition the government.
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There are FOUR parts to the first amendment and they are as follows:1. FREEDOM OF SPEECH2. FREEDOM OF PRESS3. FREEDOM OF ASSEMBLY4. FREEDOM OF RELIGIONThank you for your time,USA HISTORY HELPERS
The First Amendment of the U.S. is Freedom of Speech.
The first amendment is the freedom of speech and press.
The first amendment of the Constitution guarantees the freedom of Press, Assembly, and Speech. :)
The first amendment guarentees the freedom of press. It also guarentees the freedom of religion, assembly, speech, and petition. The first amendment guarentees the freedom of press. It also guarentees the freedom of religion, assembly, speech, and petition.
The First Amendment freedom to lobby for laws and policies that affect them is called freedom to petition.
The First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States guarantees Americans the freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of the press, freedom to petition the government, and freedom to assemble peacefully.
The First Amendment.
The First Amendment
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