|Source 1: online encyclopedia entry|
|Source 2: one article from a database, online journal, or scholarly journal|
|Sources 3 and 4: news articles from Irish news sources on one recent event|
|Sources 5, 6, and 7: news articles from an international news source on same recent event (may be a U.S. news source)|
Key use: This article contains specific information on the issues related to the landmark case. The article explains the Espionage Act of 1917 and why it was passed into law. This source might provide helpful quotes about the Espionage Act and how it related to the Schenck v. United States case.
Key use: This web page has a list of landmark cases relating to free speech and other liberties granted in the Bill of Rights. The list and links are easy to use. This source is a good starting point to locate landmark cases for further research.
Key use: This article provides an explanation of the Schenck v. United States landmark case. This is a helpful summary of the Schenck case; it clearly explains the way free speech has changed because of the Schenck case. This source should be used both for support in understanding the landmark case of Schenck v. Unites States and to provide quotes for use in informative/explanatory article about free speech and the Schenck case.
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