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    Three categories of speech the U.S. Supreme Court has identified

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    What are the three categories of speech the U.S. Supreme Court has identified and how are they treated differently?

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    The three categories of speech the US Supreme Court has identified are the pure, symbolic and speech plus conduct. All three categories of speech are protective under the First Amendment of the Constitution. There are some restrictions of free speech in certain situation in order to maintain order, safety and public convenience (such as prison inmates, students in school, adverse speech against the government (during certain situations) and commercial speeches)(www.enotes.com).

    Pure speech covers the written or ...

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