1. how did the place of religion in american life change between 1775 and 1840?
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with the entry of the united states into the great war in 1917, african americans were eager to show their patriotism in hopes of being recognized as full citizens. however, they were barred from the marines and served only in menial roles in the navy. they were able to serve in all branches of the army except for the aviation units.
in tinker v. des moines, the supreme court ruled that the wearing of a black armband in protest of the vietnam war was not a substantial disruption of the school environment and was therefore protected speech.
it is the first major case to determine the speech rights of students.
in hazelwood v. kuhlmeier, the supreme court placed a limit on the speech rights of students when it ruled that it was permissible for a school to censor the actions of a school newspaper.
this is important as it provides a limit on the speech rights of students.
the central bank of the united states.