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The Common Scold

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, June 27, 2010, In : law 
Tongue in Clef-Stick

There is a saying children should be seen and not heard and in some customs women have no rights to speak of. Such punishments violate the constitution of the right to free speech in America known as the First Amendment. When one expresses verbal displeasure it may not always mean challenging authority. Speaking out is a measure of self defense that we are all entitled to. In the common scold,of early form was meant to keep a woman in her place. This came as a result from ...
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Showing Tag: "arrest" (Show all posts)

The Common Scold

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, June 27, 2010, In : law 
Tongue in Clef-Stick

There is a saying children should be seen and not heard and in some customs women have no rights to speak of. Such punishments violate the constitution of the right to free speech in America known as the First Amendment. When one expresses verbal displeasure it may not always mean challenging authority. Speaking out is a measure of self defense that we are all entitled to. In the common scold,of early form was meant to keep a woman in her place. This came as a result from ...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing Tag: "arrest" (Show all posts)

The Common Scold

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, June 27, 2010, In : law 
Tongue in Clef-Stick

There is a saying children should be seen and not heard and in some customs women have no rights to speak of. Such punishments violate the constitution of the right to free speech in America known as the First Amendment. When one expresses verbal displeasure it may not always mean challenging authority. Speaking out is a measure of self defense that we are all entitled to. In the common scold,of early form was meant to keep a woman in her place. This came as a result from ...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing Tag: "arrest" (Show all posts)

The Common Scold

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, June 27, 2010, In : law 
Tongue in Clef-Stick

There is a saying children should be seen and not heard and in some customs women have no rights to speak of. Such punishments violate the constitution of the right to free speech in America known as the First Amendment. When one expresses verbal displeasure it may not always mean challenging authority. Speaking out is a measure of self defense that we are all entitled to. In the common scold,of early form was meant to keep a woman in her place. This came as a result from ...
Continue reading ...