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Teaching Be a Supreme Court Justice: Free Speech & Press

Be a Supreme Court Justice: Free Speech & Press

In this article, you will take on the job of Supreme Court Justice as you answer poll questions that simulate supreme court cases. First, you will interpret the 14 words related to free speech and make decisions on real examples of historical supreme court cases. After you share your opinion, the article will explain what the Supreme Court decided historically.

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Do you agree with the ways that the Supreme Court has interpreted free speech?
RH.3 - Historical Process, RH.4 - Key Terms & Tone, RH.8 - Evaluate Argument


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