CONFLICT AND CONTINUITY
The Story of American Freedom
With primary source documents, content-rich background essays, and historical narratives, this text offers examples of how the U.S. has reconciled competing rights such as the right to a fair trial versus freedom of the press, and the free exercise of religion balanced with freedom from government establishment of religion. Twelve lessons cover a wide range of subjects, including “The Information Age: Free to Surf,” “Banned Books: Free to Read,” “Voting Rights: Freedom for All?”, and “Sensational Reporting: Free to Print.”
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McCormick Tribune Freedom Museum/Bill of Rights Institute