Analysis Of The First Amendment Zone Of Privacy

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The right to privacy is not mentioned word for word in the constitution. The Supreme Court has ruled that privacy is interpreted in the First, Third, Fourth, Fifth, and Ninth Amendments. The choice for American citizens to use contraceptives, have abortions, and have same sex relations are considered to be the right of privacy. The First Amendment designed these zones of privacy to all people to make their own personal choices without interference of the government. The First Amendment zone of privacy is considered a grey area. During the 1870’s national government banned contraceptives. Partially because Americans were worried that immigrants would procreate faster than Americans. After almost 100 years, the director from Planned Parenthood

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