11. The Brandenburg test for incitement also commonly used in
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11. The Brandenburg test for incitement is also commonly used in
A. libel cases.
B. invasion of privacy cases that involve the intrusion tort.
C. obscenity cases.
D. wrongful death actions aimed at the mass media.
12. The case of United States v. Bell involved a prior restraint on
A. national security secrets.
B. fraudulent tax advice.
C. a newspaper publishing false statements about public officials.
D. a newspaper publishing false statements about a child.
13. The outcome of the seditious libel trial involving John Peter Zenger represents an example of jury nullification.
14. The absolutist theory was adopted by a majority of the U.S. Supreme Court in the early 20th century.
15. The First Amendment was an effective tool in blocking prosecutions under the Espionage Act of 1917.