Ben Cohen (of Ben and Jerry’s Icecream fame) was recently arrested for participating in a “public demonstration” in Burlington, Vermont. He was ultimately arrested for violating the city’s noise ordinance. Read these essays about what happened:
Ice cream mogul Ben Cohen, activists arrested for ‘jet blasts’ in Burlington
https:// the four-part test from United States v. O’Brien (1968) (and discussed in chapter 11 of Tedford and Herbeck), explain your answer to this question: Did Burlington violate Ben’s First Amendment rights? Even if he wasn’t speaking, was he engaged in “symbolic expression” that is protected by the First Amendment?