1) List and define the various “tests” that have been used by the federal government to determine if certain types of speech (anti-governmental) can be censored or banned. Discuss and analyze whether or not you think that the press, entertainers or even the general public have gone too far in recent years or are they all still well within their right to freedom of speech? Be sure to include specific instances and details when providing explanations and examples. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~2) What Constitutional Amendments include our “Due Process” rights? List them ALL and provide a summary of what rights are covered. What are the guidelines for a “legal” search? Explain the “exclusionary rule” and provide at least one example to clarify your understanding of this concept.Based on your own analysis, discuss the reasoning behind whether or not you think the government or law enforcement “goes too far” or is “in line” when “requesting” that individuals submit to searches of their person, home or vehicle. Remember to include the WHY behind your views.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~3) Briefly discuss what types of racial discrimination occurred throughout the United States during the years following the end of the Civil War and through the 1960s. What were these customs or laws called? Use specific examples. Explain WHY these types of customary discrimination were so hard to battle and overcome.Summarize the Plessy v. Ferguson decision. Explain what type of society this decision helped to create. What African American interest group was founded in order to begin the lengthy fight for civil rights? What was the most successful long term strategy used by this group, to eventually overturn the Plessy v. Ferguson decision? (Hint: it is not demonstrations or anything like that – those occurred after the Brown decision). Why was this tactic so successful? Where were the “battles” fought? Give an example of at least one successful “battle” and discuss HOW it helped pave the way to overturn Plessy. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~4) In your own words, summarize the 1954 US Supreme Court decision in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas. What does it state and what is its significance? List the provisions of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and briefly discuss WHY it was necessary for Congress to pass legislation 10 years after the Brown decision that formally mandated compliance at the state and local levels. The legacy of affirmative action – discuss your views. In your opinion, has it worked, failed, is it still needed or should it be revised in any way? Remember to analyze and explore your answer thoroughly by using examples to explain the “why” behind your views – this is critical analysis.