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  1. A picture of people holding their burning draft cards and maybe pictures of O ' Brien and the other guys if you can find them. Was this during Vietnam?

    1 Answers · Politics & Government · 07/05/2011

  2. ... the saying or writing about a person's good character. O ' Brien v . US was about protected "symbolic" speech. The...

    1 Answers · Politics & Government · 18/12/2011

  3. Slander-verbally expressing falsehoods that cause someone harm Libel-written expression of falsehoods that cause someone harm Don't think that burning a draft card has much to do with either.

    1 Answers · Politics & Government · 18/12/2011

  4. Neither. It was a violation of a 1965 amendment to the selective service act.

    2 Answers · Politics & Government · 18/12/2011

  5. Neither, it's a felony

    2 Answers · Politics & Government · 18/12/2011

  6. I've already amended my answer to your previous question, but I'll elaborate some more here, too. You seem to think that it is an already established law that slander and libel are the ONLY exceptions to freedom of speech...

    6 Answers · Politics & Government · 20/12/2011

  7. "Speech Plus" is not constitutionally protected.

    1 Answers · Politics & Government · 18/12/2010

  8. ...the "non-speech" element involved in destroying the card. United States v . O ' Brien , 391 U.S. 367 (1968). Selective Service Reforms...

    2 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 12/11/2013

  9. Again, you don't seem to understand the case. The question in O ' Brien was: Did the _government_ violate the First Amendment by...

    5 Answers · Politics & Government · 18/12/2011

  10. The law under which O ' Brien was originally convicted - ... held, however, that once O ' Brien had burned his draft card...

    11 Answers · Politics & Government · 15/01/2008

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