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The Five Freedoms

The First Amendment Center of Vanderbilt University presents an array of materials relating to the five freedoms of the first amendment of the Constitution speech., press, liberty, assembly, petition. Includes analysis of current events, articles about K 12 students' civil
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The First Amendment Center of Vanderbilt University presents an array of materials relating to the five freedoms of the first amendment of the Constitution: speech., press, liberty, assembly, petition. Includes analysis of current events, articles about K-12 students' civil rights, lesson plans, guest editorials, and much more.

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