Essay heading: Dennis v. United States, 341 U.S. 494 (1951)

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Whereas the individual has a right to self-preservation, the government as well shares this right, and it is manifested in the Smith Act. Also, the Constitution does not entirely guarantee the freedom of speech which was set forth in the early years of the Constitution to prove this. In short, the government was granted the right from the Smith Act to protect itself from a violent and forceful overthrow...
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