HISTORY MIDDLE SCHOOL

The ___ were German mercenaries hired by the British to fight against the colonies. Hummels

Natives

Nazis

Hooligans

Hessians

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Hessians

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Which law encouraged many people to establish farms on the Great Plains?

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In what ways did New Imperialism negatively impact colonial holdings

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New imperialism happened during the 19th century where there is rampant expansion of territories. The known Super power countries have divided the world and accelerated all economic factors that would contribute to the emancipation of wealth and power. Colonized countries had become followers on their own lands while colonizers heavily took their resources and used their territories as extensions for trade. In the end, in a way, the countries have been successful up to now although they do not directly hold the countries they already gained solid ground for opportunities and changes enjoyed by the citizens.
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N 1215, English nobles forced _____ to sign the Magna Carta. King John

King Charles I

Queen Mary

King James II

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king john

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King John

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HIGH SCHOOL

The doctrine of prior restraint says that the government cannot prevent speech or publication __________.

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The government cannot prevent speech or publication before it happens  (except in extreme cases).

"Prior restraint" means that the government cannot prevent or prohibit speech (or publication of something before it can be published), unless  the content clearly can be shown to present an identifiable danger to public safety.

For the government to take such measures--blocking a form of speech or communication before it is allowed to happen--the form of speech must be such that it would clearly pose a threat of extreme danger to the community -- or might cause severe risks to national security.  An example of the second sort of "prior restraint" claim happened in 1971, when the US government tried to block the New York Times and the Washington Post from publishing classified documents which were known as "The Pentagon Papers," regarding government handling of the Vietnam War.  In that case, the Supreme Court decided, in New York Times Company v. United States, that the government's concern for security did not override the 1st Amendment rights of the news media to publish the information which they had received. The Court did not agree that the release of the government information would cause inevitable, specific, immediate danger to the United States.   So you can see, proving the need for "prior restraint" is a very high bar to get across, and 1st Amendment rights usually prevail.

The doctrine of prior restraint says that the government cannot prevent speech or publication of specific document/s. Prior restraint is imposed by the government on its people prohibiting them of instances for expression. Expression could be in the form of written works, made films, or works of art. The Doctrine prohibits such actions and is giving the people the right to expression, especially in democratic forms of government.
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