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Tug of War: The State and the Citizen. This is an essay about the first amendment with regards to protest.
"The first bad feeling I got was when we were walking by one of the lines of officers and I saw a tank. A real tank! It was scary. I never thought practicing free speech would be so intimidating."--Tiffany Williams, protester. The United States of America is a country renowned globally for its many freedoms. According to the U.S. Constitutions, Americans have rights on top of rights. However, do Americans always have rights to their rights? Does the Constitution really have any value--or is it just words that look good on paper? To what degree are the Constitution and its amendments j…
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