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Welcome to THE MAKING OF A NATION -- American history in VOA Special English.
The United States Constitution guarantees freedoms such as freedom of speech, freedom of the press and freedom of religion.
The Bill of Rights in the Constitution protects these and other individual rights. But the government has not always honored all of the rights in the Constitution.
In the seventeen hundreds, for example, President John Adams supported laws to stop Thomas Jefferson and the Democratic Party from criticizing the government.
During the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln took strong actions to prevent newspapers from printing military news.
And, during the nineteen fifties, Senator Joseph McCarthy accused innocent people of being communists and traitors.
Some of the most serious government attacks on personal rights took place in nineteen nineteen and nineteen twenty.
A number of government officials took sometimes unlawful actions against labor leaders, foreigners and others.
This week in our series, Kay Gallant and Harry Monroe discuss the campaign that came to be known as the "Red Scare."
欢迎收听VOA慢速英语之建国史话节目。
《美国宪法》保障人民的言论自由、新闻自由和宗教自由等自由。
《宪法权利法案》保护这些权利和其他个人权利。但是,政府并不总是尊重宪法中的所有权利。
例如,在1700年,约翰・亚当斯总统支持法律阻止托马斯・杰斐逊和民主党对政府进行抨击。
内战期间,亚伯拉罕・林肯总统采取了强有力的行动,阻止报纸刊登军事新闻。
在20世纪50年代,参议员约瑟夫・麦卡锡指责无辜的民众为共产主义者和叛徒。
政府对个人权利的某些最严重的攻击事件,发生在1919年和1920年。
一些政府官员有时对劳工领袖、外国人士和其他人员采取非法行动。
在本周的系列节目中,凯・格兰特和哈里・门罗将讨论这场被称为“红色恐慌”的活动
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