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Thank you for visiting the McCormick Freedom Project and reviewing our privacy policy. The Freedom Project does not collect personal information about visitors to our Web site unless you choose to provide that information to us. The Freedom Project does not sell, exchange or release your personal information to parties outside the Freedom Project without your consent. Once we obtain your consent, we consider it valid until revoked by you.

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Terms of Use of the McCormick Freedom Project Website

Please carefully read the terms and conditions of this license agreement before you use any images, data, text or other materials on this website. By using any materials on this website, you are consenting to be bound by this agreement. If you do not accept all of the terms of this agreement, you are not authorized to use any materials on this site.

1. Ownership of the Site.
This website and all materials on it are the property of McCormick Freedom Project unless otherwise noted. This agreement gives you no ownership rights to any materials on this site.

2. Copyright Laws.
This site and all materials on it are protected under United States copyright laws, which give creators of original works of authorship the exclusive right to use their works for a limited period of time. With certain exceptions, copyrighted materials may not be used or copied without the permission of the copyright holder. This agreement descries the uses which you are permitted to make of the materials on this site.

3. License to Use.
You are licensed by the McCormick Freedom Project to use materials on this site for non-commercial educational purposes only. You may copy these materials for classroom use, so long as the copies contain all copyright and trademark notices. This license is not exclusive to you, and you may not transfer it.

4. Prohibited Uses.
Any commercial or personal use of the materials on this site is strictly prohibited. Materials may not be used in any way--electronically or in print--without the express written permission of McCormick Freedom Project. This includes, but is not limited to, personal web pages, multimedia presentations, clip-art collections or any type of CD-ROM's. You may not sell, assign, sublicense or otherwise transfer these materials, copy them for non-classroom use, publish them for personal gain, or remove any copyright or trademark notice, without the express written permission of the McCormick Tribune Freedom Project.

5. No Warranty.
All materials on this site are made available to you as-is. The McCormick Freedom Project makes no warranty, express or implied, as to these materials, their title, accuracy, non-infringement of third party rights, merchantability, or fitness for any particular purpose, or the performance or results you may obtain from their use.

6. Limitation of Liability.
Under no circumstances shall the McCormick Freedom Project be liable for any direct, incidental, special, consequential, indirect, or punitive damages that result from the use of, or the inability to use, the materials in this site. If you are dissatisfied with any materials in this site or these terms and conditions, your sole and exclusive remedy is to discontinue using or visiting this site.

7. Links to Other Sites.
This site contains links to other sites. These links do not mean that the McCormick Freedom Project endorses these sites, nor is the Freedom Project responsible for their contents or use.

8. Submissions.
Any suggestions, creative ideas, inventions or other materials which you submit to this site shall become the property of the Freedom Project. The Freedom Project may disclose or use any such submissions for any purpose without your consent or compensation therefore.

9. Trademarks.
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10. Questions and Requests for Permission to Use.
Any questions regarding the terms of this agreement or requests for permission to use materials on this site for any commercial or personal purpose should be directed to: ataylor@mccormickfoundation.org

Things to Know
The percentage of voters between 18 and 29 rose steadily from 37% in 1996 to 52% in 2008.