Truckers, Protests, Emergency Acts, and an American Convoy

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Frustrated truck drivers—first in Canada, then in the United States—descended on national capitals in large, organized convoys to object to governmental covid requirements. Were they within their rights? Did they go too far? This mini-lesson invites students to grapple with the meaning and boundaries of the American right to protest.