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AP Gov Reviews

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Engel v. Vitale unconstitutional for state officials to have school prayer and recite in public schools
Abington School v. Schempp school-sponsored Bible reading in public schools is unconstitutional
Lemon v. Kurtzmann secular purpose, developed Lemon test
Wallace v. Jaffree one minute prayer in Alabama State Legislature unconstitutional, did not pass Lemon test
Schenck v. US free speech can be limited if presents "clear and present danger"
Gitlow v. New York state may forbid speech and publication if presents a danger to the public
Brandenburg v. Ohio government cannot punish speech unless it is directed to inciting and likely to incite imminent lawless action
Tinker v. DesMoines Schools may impose limitations on free speech but only if distracts learning or presents a danger, students wearing armbands to school case
Texas v. Johnson Destroying American flag protected under the First Amendment, government may not prohibit expression because society disagrees
NY Times v. US Nixon's efforts to prevent publication of the Pentagon Papers in the NY Times unconstitutional
Buckley v. Valeo set limits of campaign contributions
US v. Nixon struck down Nixon's claim to unqualified privilege against any judicial process
Miller v. California
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