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    The United States Constitution is the official document of the United States of America. The framers of the Constitution formed this document in order to establish order, and make sure its writings were diametrically opposed to what they experienced under British rule. This Constitution was to ensure freedom, and protect the rights of the people. While protecting the rights of the people, the Constitution was deemed to be enough for the people. Because the framers wanted more liberties for the people

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    The United States Constitution was signed on September 17th, 1787. It did not include a bill of rights and it did not include their freedoms. And so, on September 25, 1789 Congress passed the first ten amendments, which were later ratified on December 15, 1791. The Bill of Rights was created by the Founding Fathers with the intent of restricting the powers of the new national government. The Bill of Rights, however, consists of 10 amendments. The first of the amendments was written because the people

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    December 15, 1791 the First Amendment to the United States Constitution was ratified, guaranteeing that "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech." At an absolute minimum, the Establishment Clause was intended to prohibit the federal government from declaring and financially supporting a national religion, such as existed in many other countries at the time of the nation's founding (University

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    INTRODUCTION [ENGAGE] The Bill of Rights is the first ten amendments in the United States Constitution. It ensures basic rights to American citizens and specifically protects all liberties mentioned within. The Bill of Rights protects American citizens from government oppression due to the rights provided by these amendments as well as specifically preventing Congress from passing laws that would infringe upon these rights. [FOCUS] Today we will see that the bill of rights protects American Citizens

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    The Bill of Rights Otherwise known as “The Bill of Rights,” the first 10 amendments to the United States Constitution were first put into place in order to guarantee freedom and basic rights to citizens. These amendments to the Constitution were first introduced by James Madison in June of 1789, following the constant battle over ratifying the U.S Constitution. Along with rights, they also expressed limitations on the federal government’s power in certain cases, and delegated all powers not directly

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    Reflections on the First Amendment On December 15th, 1971, the first X amendments to the Constitution went into affect. The first X amendments to the constitution were known as the Bill of Rights. The First Amendment was written by James Madison because the American people were demanding a guarantee of their freedom. The First Amendment was put into place to protect American’s freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of assembly and freedom of petition. The First Amendment was written as follows;

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    The First Amendment is the first section of the Bill of Rights and is often considered the most important part of the U.S Constitution because it guarantees the citizens of United States the essential personal freedoms of religion, speech, press, peaceful assembly and the freedom to petition the Government. Thanks to the rights granted by the First Amendment, Americans are able to live in a country where they can freely express themselves, speak their mind, pray without interference, protest in

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    speech is protected in the United States constitution which evidently says: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech or of the press...” (U. S. Constitution.). The freedom of speech represents one of the most vital amendments in the United States Constitution and carries its involvement regularly. The several varieties of speech that is protected in the Constitution affects each individual and

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    The First Amendment is what we chose because it covers good areas (topics) that are occurring in the world on a daily basis. Many people like the items that The First Amendment covers, and some people don't like them. Either way there are many other amendments that have been ratified by the two-thirds of the House and Senate. There are ten amendments in the constitution, but there are 17 other amendments that aren't in the constitution. Therefore, in total there are 27 amendments. The First Amendment

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    the United States put into place a series of laws that protects the rights of the individual from the power of an ever expanding government. These laws, collectively known as the Constitution, protected future Americans from the invasive and tyrannical governments of the eighteenth century. More than two-hundred years later, the Constitution is more vital than ever in protecting the rights of every American from the government that we, the people, elect. The First Amendment of the Constitution protects

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