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What does the First Amendment’s right to assemble refer to? the right of a group to express unpopular opinions the right of a group to make false claims the right of a group to meet the right of a group to protest

Ronald Miller

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Craig Stewart on June 9, 2018

The answer is "the right of a group to meet".The right to peaceably assemble is one of the five freedoms guaranteed in the First Amendment, however, that the opportunity does not really get to the private property. The right to peaceably assemble means that someone can join with others without the fear of the administration that are a multitude. Individuals can meet with the person that they need while they are quiet and do not cause discomfort. This applies to all meetings, regardless of if the people do not care about those meetings.

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