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Schenck v. United States

By April 26, 2014

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Charles Schenck was arrested and convicted of violating the Espionage Act of 1917 by advocating individuals to speak out and sign a petition against the Conscription Act during World War I. He appealed to the Supreme Court about this violation to his First Amendment right to free speech. The court ruled unanimously against him establishing the "Clear and Present Danger" rule for free speech during times of war. Learn about the facts of the case and what he actually said in his petition with this profile:

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