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stated that the government was justified in silencing free speech when there is a clear and present danger to the nation
Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.
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4. (p. 113) Justice Holmes’s “clear and present danger” test holds that government can A. restrict speech that threatens national security. B. restrict any speech of an inflammatory nature. C. imprison political dissidents during time of war without following normal procedures. D. engage in prior restraint of the press whenever national security is at issue. E. restrict speech that is disrespectful to specific classes of citizens.
A. restrict speech that threatens national security.
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Justice Holmes’s “clear and present danger” test holds that government can
restrict speech that threatens national security.
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developed the “clear and present danger” rule
In deciding cases involving laws against sedition, the Supreme Court has
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Doctrine applied if there is a conflict between free expression and public safety
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Martha owens and her band are fined for playing their music so loud that it disturbed their next door neighbors. What limitation applies? A commercial speech B incitement test C time place and manner D clear and present danger
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used to determine whether speech is protected or unprotected, based on its capacity to present a “clear and present danger” to society (page 124)
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d. presented “a clear and present danger” to the nation
4. During World War I, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that it was lawful to restrict speech that a. was slanderous or false. b. criticized the federal government. c. abridged the right to a fair and speedy trial. d. presented “a clear and present danger” to the nation.
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An emergency code was called after a patient pulled a knife from a pocket and threatened, “I will kill anyone who tries to get near me.” The patient was safely disarmed and placed in seclusion. Justification for use of seclusion was that the patient: d. presented a clear and present danger to others.
ANS: D The patient’s threat to kill self or others with the knife he possessed constituted a clear and present danger to self and others. The distracters are not sufficient reasons for seclusion.
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During World War I, the Supreme Court upheld the conviction of Charles T. Schenck, ruling that government can limit speech that __________. Select one: a. creates a clear and present danger b. is symbolic but obscene c. is a prior restraint d. qualifies as hate speech e. is critical of the government