CIVICS

20.evaluate the ways that the first amendment safeguards our rights. identify those rights give examples of limits to those rights, and discuss which of the rights you think are most important. explain your answer
21. Explain the difference between civil rights and civil liberties. Give an example of each. Tell how the bill of rights and other amendments to the constitution protect both. I do not have much time left I will fail if I slip on this test please I am begging y'all to help.

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  1. imagine disliking lol

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  2. I know I am late but
    The First Amendment is freedom of speech, which was given by the "Tinker V. Des Moines" Court case. This gives us the right to wear anything we want with anything written on it. This gives us the right to speak freely without any consequences, this right is good because if you are uncomfortable with anything you don't have to hold back. This gives you the right to speak freely, however, there is a limit such as you can't yell "Fire" in the middle of a crowd because people will start running and someone could get hurt. You can't yell fire IF there isn't a fire, you can yell fire if there is actually one. I think freedom of speech is good. Another right that is good is "The Right to bear arms" there are a lot of dangerous people in the world that own guns to cause harm to society such as thieves robbing at gunpoint, home invasion, crazy people, and serial killers. This gives you the right to own a gun for self-defense, and you could protect yourself and your family from threats.

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  3. don't copy and paste

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  4. Thanks, @ghost 14 I won't copy and paste it, now I understand it more!

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  5. wait hang on. Half of what he is talking about is the 2nd amendment.

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