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25 February, 21:18

In the 1950s, many Hollywood directors and actors were punished by the FBI for associating with the Communist Party of America.

The government often arranged for them to be fired and blacklisted from their movie studios.

Which Constitutional provision may have been violated?

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  1. 25 February, 22:53
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    This would constitute a violation of one's First Amendment Rights

    Explanation: The First Amendment to the Constitution provides for freedom of press, speech and assembly
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