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United States v Butler 1933 This Court case belongs in the Freedom of Speech category This case is about a person named Butler who wanted to declare the Agricultural Adjustment Act unconstitutional This is because of the fact that the government back in the 1920s did not do much for the farmers The Agricultural Adjustment Act was that farmers were being taxed and that tax would go to other farmers to reimburse them to not to grow food The reason it was brought to court was because Butler refused to pay the tax and the Supreme Court agreed with Butler The law was then passed legally that farmers taxes would go into a general fund and from the fund would go to other farmers to not to grow food Dennis v US 1951 This court case belongs to the Freedom of Speech category Eugene Dennis was a communist party leader in the US This case states that Dennis was arrested for violating the Smith Act The Smith Act prohibits arguing in any manner to overthrow the government of the US Dennis stated that the Smith Act violated his first amendment right to Free Speech The Supreme Court Found that the Smith act did not violate Denniss Freedom of speech Even though Free Speech is a guaranteed right it is not unlimited This right can be overthrown if it prevents danger to the national security of the US Yates v US 1957 This court case belongs to the Freedom of Speech category This case is about 14 people Arrested for violating the Smiths Act by being members of the communist party in California The people argued that theyre Freedom of Speech right was taken away from them The Supreme Court stated that in order for the Smiths Act to be violated people
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