Right to Peaceably Assemble

*Please note that this was created to illustrate international law around freedom to assemble, but the U.S. mirrors this law!

INTERNET RESOURCES

Heritage Foundation - This is a conservative website that helps to formulate and promote public policies. They have a "Guide to the Constitution" that is quite useful.

Library of Congress - This library is the largest in the world and is the main research arm of the United States Congress.

Lincoln University - Lincoln University's Criminal Justice Department has developed a guide to the Constitution, as well. This is a very wordy document, but it is incredibly informative.

The Bill of Rights Institute - This institution seeks to educate the public about our fundamental rights. This page discusses freedom of assembly and freedom of petition and gives current news events around these issues.

BOOKS & DVDs FOR INTERLIBRARY LOAN

IMPORTANT COURT CASES

Click on the Supreme Court to see a list of the many cases that have shaped our Right to Peaceably Assemble in America.

To read full complete transcripts of these cases, search them on Justia or Oyez.

New Salem Public Library

23 S Main Street, New Salem, MA 01355

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