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Ap Gov chapter 4

Ap Gov chapter 4 vocab by Honeybee1617

Bill of Rights first 10 amendments drafted in to ease anti-federalists
civil liberties legal constitutional protections against the goverment
First Amendment: The first ten amendments to the U.S Constitution that define freedom of speech, religion, and press. It also guarantees defendant’s right.
Due Process Clause: Part of the 14th amendment that guarantees a persons life, liberty, and property of the U.S or state governments without due process.
Incorporation Doctrine: The legal concept under which the Supreme Court has nationalized the Bill of Rights by making most of it provisions applicable to the states through the Fourteenth amendment.
Establishment Clause: Part of the First Amendment stating that “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.”
Free Exercise Clause: A First Amendment provision that prohibits government from interfering with the practice of religion.
Prior Restraint: A government preventing material from being published. Usually unconstitutional in the U.S, according to the First Amendment and as confirmed in the 1931 Supreme case of Near v. Minnesota.
Libel: The Publication of false or malicious statements that damage someone’s reputations.
Symbolic Speech:
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