Free Speech Democracy - Outline
A. Five people displayed their freedom of speech in J.P Licks setting as they take ice cream.
B. Four of the involved people belonged to the same religious congregation held few minute
A. In the First Amendment, citizens of the United States are protected for freedom of
B. According to the scenario given, the first four individuals can be subjected to
Justice Brandies’ Opinion on Whitney v California
A. Justice Brandeis supported the idea of American to have freedom of speech several years
B. He concurred with the conviction of Miss Whitney.
Chief Justice Vinson’s Opinion on Dennis
A. The case of Dennis v. the United States applied the constitutionality of the Smith Act.
B. Vinson argued that attempting to overthrow the government using force is sufficient evil.
Approach Taken By John Stuart Mill on Liberty
A. Mill claims that any activity involving such action is illegal no matter the condition of the
B. Legal action should be taken to individuals who implement their ideas to harm others.
Running head: FREE SPEECH DEMOCRACY
Free Speech Democracy
FREE SPEECH DEMOCRACY
Free Speech Democracy
Five people displayed their freedom of speech in J.P Licks setting as they take ice cream.
Four of the involved people belonged to the same religious congregation that was held a few
minutes earlier. One of the congregants said that he is disappointed by the actions of the United
States among other various countries and therefore they needed to make a significant event like
blowing a large building in Boston in the future. The second one added that they should take
action in years or two targeting the State House to kill many people. The third one said that they
should take action within a week or so. Their religious leader commented that their efforts to
blow the building would be a credit to their faith. The last person who was a neo-Nazi heard the
statements and said loudly that the government or somebody else needed to punish such
unpatriotic people, whereby everyone in the restaurant heard.
According to the First Amendment Bill of Rights, citizens of the United States are
protected for freedom of speech, freedom of religion, right to assemble, freedom of the press,
and rights of petitioning the governmen...