Freedom of assembly and association / Noël Merino, book editor.
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- ISBN: 9780737758283
- ISBN: 0737758287
- Physical Description: 172 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm.
- Publisher: Detroit : Greenhaven Press/Gale Cengage Learning, 
- Copyright: ©2012
|General Note:|| Includes chronologies.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 158-160) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| The freedom of assembly supports the freedom of association / Adam Newton - It is a violation of freedom of assemble to arrest peaceful protestors : the Supreme Court's decision / Potter Stewart - A teacher stands up for the freedom to assemble : personal narrative / Doug Knick - Age restrictions do not violate first amendment associational rights of minors : the Supreme Court's decision / William Rehnquist - Juvenile curfew laws are constitutional when employed to reduce crime : the Circuit Court's decision / E. Grady Jolly - Juvenile curfew laws without adequate exceptions are unconstitutional : the Circuit Court's decision / Charles Wiggins - The courts are split on the constitutionality of juvenile curfew laws / Harvard Law Review - There is no evidence that juvenile curfews are justified / Rich Jahn - It is unconstitutional for schools to prohibit particular political associations : the Supreme Court's decision / Lewis F. Powell Jr. - Student fraternities can be protected as expressive associations / Greg Lukianoff and Matthew Vasconcellos - A school policy restricting an all-male fraternity does not violate freedom of association : The Circuit Court's decision / Pierre Leval - Freedom of expressive association allows groups to exclude members : the Supreme Court's decision / William Rehnquist - The scoutmaster in Dale speaks out about his loss at the Supreme Court : personal narrative / James Dale, interviewed by Kera Bolonik - Freedom of association should not be limited to avoid discrimination / Selwyn Duke.
|Summary, etc.:|| With material drawn from a diverse selection of primary and secondary sources, including Supreme Court decisions and personal narratives, this book focuses on teens' rights to freedom of assembly and association, describing controversial opinions on juvenile curfews and peaceful protesting.
|Target Audience Note:|| 9-12 Medialog, Inc.
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