Cards in this guide (22)
What is Standard and Poors
Standard and Poors is one of the 3 premier Credit Rating
Agencies in the world.
What is a parochial school
A church school or a private religious school run by a church or
Is denaturalization of a protein always permanent
What is the answer for this problem Tim bought three CDs Each cost 12.99 what was the cost of the three CDs
12.99 x 3 = 38.97
Price of CD x number of CDs = Cost of three CDs
Who insisted that a bill of rights be added to the constitution before it was ratified
antifederalist were agianst the constitution unless the Bill of
Rights was added to protect their rights as citizens, and to limit
the power of the goverment.
Which group most often engages in commercial speech
What is the option to sell shares of stock at a specified time in the future called
It's actually called a call option. I will provide you with a
definition I just found for this, and some additional tips on
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The option to sell shares is a put. The option to buy them is a
Which constitutional amendment introduced the right of due process
Why has the supreme court upheld laws that require permits for protests in public places
because some protests can pose a danger to other citizens.
What protects a peaceful political organization from having to report its membership to the government
The right of association. Though not specifically stated in the United States Constitution's First Amendment, Freedom of Speech underpins the US Supreme Court's decisions in the rights of memberships and the groups people join (or not).
What did the Supreme Courts decision in Boy Scouts of America v Dale 2000 rule about the right of association
States cannot force associations to accept all members.
In the 1925 case Gitlow v New York the supreme court ruled that
rights guaranteed by the Bill of Rights must also be guaranteed by the states
What guarantees US citizens the right to peacefully assemble
What is an institution that helps channels funds for savers to borrowers called
What did the 1931 case Near v. Minnesota rule that free speech cannot be forbidden by
The 1931 case Near v. Minnesota ruled that free speech cannot be
forbidden by prior restraint by state governments. In so ruling,
the Court applied the First Amendment's protection of press freedom
to the actions of state governments through the doctrine of
In bigelow v virginia 1975 the supreme court extended protection to which form of speech
According to the supreme court when is it acceptable for a government body to display a religious nativity scene
when the display features other seasonal items
The Supreme Court declares an executive order unconstitutional this is example of what
In the United states which groups are allowed to hold meetings
American citizens' right to free speech is guaranteed by
It is guaranteed by the First Amendment to the Constitution.
To win a presidential appointment some potential high-ranking candidates will .
join the President's party
What is an example of the use of freedom to petition
The right of the people to petition the Government from redress