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CAL STATE FULLERTON / Communications / COMM 407 / Was potter stewart liberal or conservative?

Was potter stewart liberal or conservative?

Was potter stewart liberal or conservative?

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School: California State University - Fullerton
Department: Communications
Course: Communications Law
Professor: Jason shepard
Term: Spring 2016
Tags: Comm407, week 2, Study Guide, Communications Law, Communications, and studysoup
Cost: 25
Name: Comm 407 Week 2 Key Points
Description: *DISCLAIMER* I have NO knowledge of any material contained on future quizzes/exams! I only upload notes as a reference guide to help review material. All notes posted are excerpted from Dr. Shepard’s lectures as well as my own interpretation of the notes. All study material posted on this account is for educational use only.
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Was potter stewart liberal or conservative?



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Press uause gives the "publishing business special protection as the "4" branch" of guv.

thinks the "speech" and "press" gause_are different There are 6 Possible values/theones of what the It A. 15.


What is the meaning of sedition act?



We also discuss several other topics like What are the three main types of insurable risks?

• The 1st A. has roots in English lamencan Colonial theorists.com

"Bad Tendency" test. cumitney W. CA 1927) * What's the original intent of the 1st A ?

• Sedition AC was the first major law that challenged 1o A. ideas (Prohibiting newspapers from being published for centain types of speech, Nury censoRED!)


What is the bad tendency test?



* 15 Amendment in 19 century isn't as protective as it is today (back then they censored abolitionist material more than sexually provocative material! wth!) Don't forget about the age old question of Which struggles have influenced latin american economies and governments?

* not until 1919 did major 1st A. cases reach the scons.

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_' sedition: any action (especially speach) mat's considered incitement of discontent frebellion against government

• congress decides to pass Espionage Act 1917 and sedition Act 1918

to censor and combat radical expression during wwl. 43 **Bad Tendency test : what counts used to determine if speech Don't forget about the age old question of What to do with former slaves ?

had a tendency to produce something bad 24 ** clear and present danger" rest what counts used to If you want to learn more check out What is white matter/gray matter?

deremine if speeon should be protected by St A If you want to learn more check out How does the mind relate to the brain?

smith act: it's inegal to encourage a violent overthrow ut goverment or to be a member ut a group that supports that. * eventually seainon lawe getting overtumed because there's the issue about abstract advocacy" and extending the nights in 1st A. even further.

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speech that has a teaching function" of illegal activity is protected by abstract advocacy but not where there's imminent and likely lamecs action

speech that's considered stup "true threat isn't protected by 1st A. (5 points that determine a true threat")

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