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By giving an example of how Mary Beth Tinker did, in fact, disrupt her mathematics class

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by referring to the Waugh v Mississippi university case about protests in fraternities

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by referring to the Waugh v Mississippi university case about protests in fraternities

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By pointing out that people under 18 and 21 are already barred from certain rights

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