In the first of the two flag salute cases, the Supreme Court ruled that a. Religious freedom was more important than national security. b. Jehovah’s Witnesses were a threat to national security. c. The religious freedom of the Jehovah’s Witness had to be sacrificed (given up) to the more important goal of national security. d. Jehovah’s Witnesses could be excused from saluting the flag.
Answer: C The religious freedom of the Jehovah’s Witness had to be sacrificed (given up) to the more important goal of national security.
This guarantees that the government cannot abuse the rights of individuals.
This case on the establishment clause still stands as the benchmark for state aid to parochial schools. a. Levitt v. Committee for Public Education b. Everson v. Board of Education c. Mueller v. Allen d. Wolman v. Walter
Answer: B Everson v. Board of Education Reimbursement for bussing ; “child benefit theory”