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    rights”, aggregated name given to all the amendments that has been made to the constitution of US. A total of 10 amendments has been made to the US constitution for public welfare and for preserving democracy. Initially the Bill of Rights was only applicable to federal government but later state government also became part of it. Almost 27 amendments were proposed were proposed but after discussion 10 were given a green signal to be added as constitutional right (Kozak, 2011).

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    No Continuous Solutions Are there any resolutions for conflicting constitutional amendments? In recent years, the first and fourteenth amendments of the United States constitution has came into conflict over the nature and purpose of the aforementioned amendments. In other words, the intentions of the first amendment is in conflict with the intentions of the fourteenth amendment, notwithstanding the first and fourteenth amendments purposes are the same, to provide rights for the People in order to

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    There has been a long debate about how the citizens of the United States should interpret the constitution. The first amendment protects people's right to speak freely without punishment from the government. Society must distinguish between is speech versus "hate" speech. Hate speech has no place in the country because of the moral destruction it inflicts on the citizens. Additionally, people often use the internet as a way of conveying hate speech, which is a crime known as cyber bullying. The damage

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    Aftermath of Dred Scott: Constitutional Amendments It is arguable that the Dred Scott decision led to the Civil War. After the North claimed victory during the Civil War, America entered into an era that has been dubbed the “Reconstruction Era.” Abraham Lincoln was the president at that

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    the U.S. Supreme court released the contribution limits placed on the wealthy under the pretense of free speech as provided by the first amendment. In order to prevent further dissemination to the balance of equality amongst the classes within the United States, it is imperative for Congress to start the implementation of a detailed Constitutional Amendment defining strict regulations regarding funding towards political campaigns, as well as a clear definition to the inherent differences between

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    The First Amendment, usually equated with freedom of speech, affords five protections: Establishment Clause, Free exercise of religion, Freedom of speech, Freedom of press, and Freedom to peaceable assemble. Students (and student groups) in public colleges and universities enjoy full protection under the First Amendment; however, this right depends greatly on the context in which a student might raise a free speech claim. Once an institution creates a limited public forum for a student or group

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    The Constitution is made up of twenty-five different Amendments. In this paper I will be talking about the first Ten Amendments of the Constitution. The Constitutional Amendments are made to protect the people from both the government and the law. The Constitutional Amendments explains the rights the people have that can’t be taken from the government. The First Amendment of the Constitutional protects the rights of the people when it comes to the freedom of speech, press, and religion. An example

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    horrific management of the nation's resources have obliterated the trust Americans once had for those they elected. The Congress must now make huge and positive steps toward healing the rift they have created. I feel the first step should be a Constitutional amendment limiting the number of terms a member of Congress may serve. The idea of term limits in America was first discussed during the framing of the constitution as one of the fifteen resolutions in the Virginia plan. It was in this debate

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    Abortion

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    The Right to Choose Should there be a constitutional amendment banning abortion? In society today an agreement exists that when life becomes human life, that the human being must be protected. Many religions, organizations and individuals have passionately held conflicting beliefs about when human life begins. Is a fetus a human life at conception? Or is a child a human life at birth? Today, this question goes hand in hand with that question of abortion. There is so much controversy over this delicate

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    Abolishing the Death Penalty

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    capital punishment be seriously reconsidered. In order to protect all of America's citizens, I recommend that congress approve a constitutional amendment that reads: The states and the federal government shall not under any circumstances execute anyone. All prisoners currently under sentence of death shall have the right to a new trial. The reasons for such an amendment include the inherent immorality of capital punishment, its inconsistent application and its unjustified costs. The moral foundations

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