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    Thomas Jefferson, first inaugural address

    The excerpt reflects which of the following ?

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    Thomas Jefferson, first inaugural address

    The excerpt reflects which of the following ?

    a. Conflicts over how the constitution should be implemented and interpreted

    Thomas Jefferson, first inaugural address

    Which of the following issues of the period was Jefferson most likely concerned with in the except

    b. creation of political parties

    Thomas Jefferson, first inaugural address

    In highlighting "the safety with which error of opinion may be tolerated," Jefferson was referring most directly to...

    a. passage of the Alien and Sedition Acts which were designed to suppress criticism of the government

    Second Treaty of Fort Laramie

    The conflict between the Sioux nation and the United States was primarily driven by differing...

    b. claims to land

    Second Treaty of Fort Laramie

    Which of the following was typical of agreements such as the Fort Laramie Treaty between the United States government and American Indians in the post- Civil War West?

    c. They usually lasted a short time before being broken by settlers' inversion onto American Indian reservation

    Second Treaty of Fort Laramie

    Article 6 of the treaty most likely reflected which of the following sentiments?

    b. A hope held by some in government that American Indians would adopt lifestyles of White settlers

    Second Treaty of Fort Laramie

    Which of the following contributed to reducing the conflict that article 11 and similar provisions of other treaties were designed to address ?

    d. The destruction of nearly the entire population of buffalo

    immigration in the united States by decade graph

    Which of the following mostly contributed to the overall trend depicted in the graph

    b The transformation of the United States into an industrial society

    immigration in the united States by decade graph

    The trend depicted in the graph most directly contributed to which of the following developments after 1920?

    c. restrictions on immigration from eastern and southern Europe

    immigration in the united States by decade graph

    The pattern depicted in the graph in the first half of the 19th century most directly resulted in

    a. the formation of a political party that promoted nativism

    immigration in the united States by decade graph

    The majority of immigrants who arrived in the United States between 1821 and 1880 settled in the...

    d. midwest and northeast

    Bartolome de las casas

    An implication of Las Casas' argument is that a major cause of the decline of the native populations in the Americas after 1492 was the..

    d. epidemics brought to the Americas by the Europeans

    Bartolome de las casas

    Which of the following most directly resulted from the change in the Native American population described by Las Casas

    b. The Spanish imported Africans as a new source of labor

    Bartolome de las casas

    In their colonization of the Americas, the Spanish used the encomienda system to

    a. organize and regulate Native American labor

    People's (populist) party platform, 1892

    Which of the following best describes the overarching goals of the Populist Party in the late nineteenth century

    d. cooperative democracy and a stronger governmental role in the economic system

    People's (populist) party platform, 1892

    Activists formed the populists party most directly in response to the

    a. growth of cooperate power in agriculture and economic instability in farming

    People's (populist) party platform, 1892

    The ideas of the populists party, as expressed in the excerpt, had the most in common with the ideas of

    b. progressive movement

    " Society, politics, and the Market Revolution 1815-1848"

    Which of the following cultural and social shifts resulted most directly from the trends described in the excerpt ?

    b. the emergence of new ideas about the probe roles of husbands and wives

    " Society, politics, and the Market Revolution 1815-1848"

    Which of the following pieces of historical evidence from the United States census could best be used to support the arguments in the except ?

    a. Data showing changes in the number of textile mills

    " Society, politics, and the Market Revolution 1815-1848"

    Which of the following historical developments contributed most directly to the market revolution ?

    a. the emergence of new forms of transportation

    Majority opinion of the United States Supreme Court

    The restrictions imposed by by the Schenck decision most directly contradicted which of the following earlier developments in the United States

    b. protection of liberties through the adoption of the Bill of Rights in 1791

    Majority opinion of the United States Supreme Court

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    Schenck v. United States

    A case in which the Court held that Schenck's conviction under the Espionage Act for criticizing the draft did not violate the First Amendment and that the Act was an appropriate exercise of Congress’ wartime authority.

    Schenck v. United States

    Schenck v. United States OPINIONS

    SYLLABUS VIEW CASE

    APPELLANT

    Charles Schenck

    APPELLEE

    United States

    LOCATION

    District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania

    DOCKET NO.

    437

    DECIDED BY

    White Court

    LOWER COURT

    Federal district court

    CITATION

    249 US 47 (1919)

    ARGUED

    Jan 9 - 10, 1919

    DECIDED

    Mar 3, 1919

    ADVOCATES

    Henry John Nelson

    for the plaintiffs in error

    John Lord O'Brian

    for the defendant in error

    Henry J. Gibbons

    for the plaintiffs in error

    Facts of the case

    During World War I, socialists Charles Schenck and Elizabeth Baer distributed leaflets declaring that the draft violated the Thirteenth Amendment prohibition against involuntary servitude. The leaflets urged the public to disobey the draft, but advised only peaceful action. Schenck was charged with conspiracy to violate the Espionage Act of 1917 by attempting to cause insubordination in the military and to obstruct recruitment. Schenck and Baer were convicted of violating this law and appealed on the grounds that the statute violated the First Amendment.

    Question

    Did Schenck's conviction under the Espionage Act for criticizing the draft violate his First Amendment right to freedom of speech?

    Conclusion

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    UNANIMOUS DECISION FOR UNITED STATES

    MAJORITY OPINION BY OLIVER W. HOLMES, JR.

    The Free Speech Clause of the First Amendment does not shield advocacy urging conduct deemed unlawful under the Espionage Act

    Holmes White McKenna Day Van Devanter Pitney McReynolds Brandeis Clarke

    The Court held that the Espionage Act did not violate the First Amendment and was an appropriate exercise of Congress’ wartime authority. Writing for a unanimous Court, Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes concluded that courts owed greater deference to the government during wartime, even when constitutional rights were at stake. Articulating for the first time the “clear and present danger test,” Holmes concluded that the First Amendment does not protect speech that approaches creating a clear and present danger of a significant evil that Congress has power to prevent. Holmes reasoned that the widespread dissemination of the leaflets was sufficiently likely to disrupt the conscription process. Famously, he compared the leaflets to falsely shouting “Fire!” in a crowded theatre, which is not permitted under the First Amendment.

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    1 WWI & Twenties Test "The most stringent protection of free speech would not protect a man in falsely shouting fire in a theater and causing a panic The question in every case is whether the words used are used in such circumstances and are of such a nature as to create a clear and present danger that they will bring about the substantive evils that Congress has a right to prevent. It is a question of proximity and degree. When a nation is at war, many things that might be said in time of peace are such a hindrance to its effort that their utterance will not be endured so long as men fight, and that no Court could regard them as protected by any constitutional right." Majority opinion of the United States Supreme Court in Schenck v. United States, 1919 Use the Quote to answer Questions 1 - 2 1. The restrictions imposed by the Schenck decision most directly contradicted which of the following earlier developments in the United States? (A) Arguments for self-government asserted in the Declaration of Independence (B) Protection of liberties through the adoption of the Bill of Rights in 1791 (C) Assertion of federal power over states' rights in the 1819 McCulloch v. Maryland decision (D) Expansion of voting rights during President Andrew Jackson's administration

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    "The most stringent protection of free speech would not protect a man in falsely shouting fire in a theater and causing a panic The question in every case is whether the words used are used in such circumstances and are of such a nature as to create a clear and present danger that they will bring about the substantive evils that Congress has a right to prevent. It is a question of proximity and degree. When a nation is at war, many things that might be said in time of peace are such a hindrance to its effort that their utterance will not be endured so long as men fight, and that no Court could regard them as protected by any constitutional right." Majority opinion of the United States Supreme Court in Schenck v. United States, 1919 Use the Quote to answer Questions 1 - 2 2. The Schenck case emerged most directly from the context of which of the following? (A) Critiques by radicals of United States foreign policy (B) African American migration from the rural South to the urban North (C) Challenges by women to their prescribed status in society (D) Nativist resistance to migration from abroad

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    "We believe in the freedom of Africa for the Negro people of the world, and by the principle of Europe for the Europeans and Asia for the Asiatics, we also demand Africa for the Africans at home and abroad "We strongly condemn the cupidity of those nations of the world who, by open aggression or secret schemes, have seized the territories and inexhaustible natural wealth of Africa, and we place on record our most solemn determination to reclaim the treasures and possession of the vast continent of our forefathers." Marcus Garvey, Declaration of Rights of the Negro Peoples of the World, adopted at the first convention of the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA), August 1920 Use the above quote to answer questions 4. Which of the following most plausibly influenced Garvey's argument in the excerpt? (A) The emerging support for United States intervention in the affairs of Asia and Latin America (B) Calls for integration of the United States armed forces (C) New cultural expressions that emerged from the Harlem Renaissance (D) The concept of self-determination debated at the Treaty of Versailles peace talks

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