March 16, 2011
Censorship, The way Of Persuasive Essay’s
The First Amendment and Intellectual Freedom protect our rights against censoring; however, the vulgarity that has taken over our media has become unstoppable. Censorship is the control of the information and ideas circulated within a society. Censorship has been known to limit anything that has been labeled as “indecent or obscene” (http://gilc.org), protecting the children of seeing or hearing improper exposure.
The First Amendment states that “congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances (http://civilliberty.about.com)". Freedom of speech, giving people the right to criticize the government and to share their opinions with others. Freedom of press, The government cannot control what is printed in newspapers and books, broadcast on TV or radio or offered online. Freedom of religion, Citizens have the freedom to attend a church, synagogue, temple or mosque of their choice, or not to attend at all. Freedom of assembly, people can together in a public and private gatherings. They can join groups for political, religious, social or recreational purposes. Arguments that argue against censorship also refer to parental rights and responsibilities as well as invoking children’s right to learn the safety of learning once removed versus actual experience, the underestimation of children’s abilities and that forbidden fruits more attractive. The freedom that people have because of the first amendment is a disgrace because people should only follow one religion and should not be able to say what they want freely, or even consider thinking about it.
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