1. Read and remember the First Amendment. 2. Identify the difference between fighting words and merely rude language. 3. Define a “clear and present danger.” 4. List the circumstances that permit government to regulate speech based on content. 5. Define obscenity. 6. State when a threat becomes a “true threat.” 7. Describe some ways one person might stalk another person in violation of a criminal law. 8. Identify when an assembly becomes unlawful. 9. State the basis for the Supreme Court’s decision that the Second Amendment is binding on the states.