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    Rules are challenged and also taught differently from a different perspective.It was in a different way it can be used and can be challenged.When people challenge rules here to challenge society and lifestyles of how people act on things. Many people challenge different rules every day in or are.In the novel “Animal Farm” by George Orwell and the exert “Texas vs Johnson” by Justin Spring helps explain events on how power can be dangerous in events and situations which seems how if a rule would be challenged if broken.    In Animal Farm, Orwell it shows that when the animals rebelled against Napoleon he punished them for going against him.When Napoleon demands that the hens give up their eggs, they are not happy about it.  In chapter 7 the hen uprising is the first hint of rebellion at Animal Farm. Rather than give up their eggs to be sold to the humans, the hens drop them so that they are “smashed to pieces on the floor”.By not following Napolean rules several of the hens were killed by his attack dogs so later after that the hens realized that if they wanted to stay alive they would make more eggs. Later on, in the story snowball had tried to overrule Napolean but as soon as the animals were going to cast their votes Napolean had his dogs chase snowball out the farm. Early if y would try to challenge there was n was it could have worked.   A very controversial court case in history was Texas vs. Johnson. Lee Johnson followed a group of anti – Reagan protesters to oppose the American exploitation of third world countries.This act of rebellion resulted in the burning of the American flag. Out of a total of approximately one hundred who were involved in this, Johnson was solely charged with a crime.This case then was put up to the national level and sent to the United States Supreme Court.that the Texas court of criminal appeals violated Johnson’s first amendment rights by prosecuting him under its law for burning a flag as a means of a peaceful political demonstration. The Supreme Court upheld this ruling, stating the flag burning was “expressive conduct” because it was an attempt.Texas v. Johnson, the case was the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on June 21, 1989, that the burning of the U.S. flag was a constitutionally protected form of speech under the U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment.Johnson has challenged the rules because he wanted to fix the ronald region issue.So when he had challenged it by burning the flag Texas already had a law about the rule of burying any type of flag.         In these, to summarise, it shows two different type f rules challenged and f you don’t go by those rules you have to pay the price two things may happen like in animal farm the hens were killed somewhere threatened if they didn’t do what Napolean.But unlike in teams vs Johnson, it shows that rules can be challenged and prices will get paid.

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