Describes the limitations of freedom of speech. Is the limitations as stated by the supreme court reasonable?
There are a few different limitations to the freedom of speech. If the person exercising their freedom of speech rights presents a "clear and present danger" to others, there is no freedom of speech and it is not protected by the Constitution. The same applies to what are known as "fighting words." This would literally be words that incite fighting or riots. In addition, obscenity is not protected by the Constitution. A worker cannot ...
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