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Animal Farm and the Bill of Rights

Summary: The essay explains the importance of the Bill of Rights, and goes into detail on whether or not the animals in George Orwell's Animal Farm have the privileges expressed in the Bill of Rights.
The United States Constitution is one of the most important documents of the country, and its complement, the Bill of Rights is just as necessary. This makes the United States the country that it is, and separates it from other nations of the world. It grants citizens of the country privileges that every human beings should have.

The first amendment is one of the most vital and famous of all the amendment. It awards Americans five freedoms. These are the freedom of speech, religion, press (freedom of information and media), assembly (freedom to gather publicly), and petition. Citizens of the United States take advantage of these freedoms everyday, often without thinking about it, but the animals of the Manor Farm were not entitled to the same privileges, two in particular.

For example, the freedom of religion is just one of the significant freedoms...

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