- The feel of the essay
He feels sorry to those who doesn’t understand what is First Amendment, by applying it anyhow and anywhere without clearly understanding it.
There is every judgement in any single word used. Therefore, people should be keen with word they use or quote. A good lesson is from the article written by Santa Rosa Junior College which had hate speech where the constitution did not favour them.
- What to do after reading
The reader should judge on how to use First Amendment and make some decisions. Does his/her stand favour him/her. A good example is given of Toni Smith who was against the government’s policy. She took a strong stand.
The citizens who like writing the article, giving free-speech, quoting information from other authors and those who like their stands. The author is very much familiar with the topic since he had been a writer of university politics.
- Assumption of the author’s topic:
- He or she is literate
- The reader has passed through campus or college life
- Must understand the constitution
- What not assumed
- The First Amendment does not apply everywhere.
- Hate speech is not free speech to others
- First Amendment does not favour a college or campus student
- Precision of the author’s topic
Stance or voice
- Give detailed information about the topic
- Gives the relevant example about the topic
- He introduces himself as literate written who has experience in writing (from introduction about the author).