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What did the Supreme Court rule in its Near v. Minnesota decision of 1931?



A. A CIA agent could not publish a personal memoir without clearing it through the agency.
B. States had the power to use prior restraint broadly, but national government did not.
C. A school newspaper was not a public forum and could be regulated \in and reasonable manner\ by school officials.
D. The state government could not use prior restraint to shut down an outspoken newspaper.
E. States were prohibited from publishing newspapers because that amounted to government censorship of the press and constituted the establishment of a government monopoly.

This question is part of Government Chapters 4-5
Asked by Hookemhorns, Last updated: Apr 30, 2018

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Answered on May 01, 2018

The state government could not use prior restraint to shut down an outspoken newspaper.
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