Learning Goal: I’m working on a history multi-part question and need support to

Learning Goal: I’m working on a history multi-part question and need support to help me learn.First, READ Chapters 24-27 of The American Yawp—including the primary sources ➢ Next, EXPLORE THE EVIDENCE: o Consult the primary source documents from Chapters 24-27 of The American
Yawp Reader o Consult the Bill of Rights—and especially the First and Fourth Amendments o Explore the Additional Resources ➢ Then, RESPOND to this prompt: During World War II and the early Cold War era (1940-1960s), civil liberties in the
United States were violated in the name of national security. A few examples include
the internment of Japanese Americans in the 1940s; wiretapping, seizing mail, and
demanding loyalty from suspected communists in the 1950s; arrests and attacks on
peaceful protestors assembling to advocate for Civil Rights, and government
surveillance on Vietnam antiwar activists in the 1960s. ➢
Do threats to U.S. national security justify curtailing Americans’ civil liberties? Are
there any circumstances under which civil liberties (freedom of speech, freedom to
assemble and rights to privacy) should be prioritized over national defense
/national security? Please refer to concrete examples from your reading as evidence.ONLY reference the book. bill of rights if needed
Requirements: as long as it needs to answer the questions

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