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3. The first and the most famous test for determining when the government could intervene to suppress political speech was called the: a. speech plus test b. clear and present danger test c. strict scrutiny test d. Lemon test
b. clear and present danger test
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The clear and present danger test established in Schenck v. United States allowed suppression of speech that might prevent the government’s ability to fight a war because:
The government had a right to protect its own security and existence against “substantive evils”
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according to the clear and present danger test, expression could be restricted if
evidence exists that such expression would cause a dangerous condition that congress has the power to prevent
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15. (p. 120) According to the Supreme Court, prayer in public schools violates A. the free exercise clause. B. the establishment clause. C. the exclusionary rule. D. procedural due process. E. the clear and present danger test.
B. the establishment clause.
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