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Bill of Rights Overview

Summary: The Constitution is the document that shaped our government, and the Bill of Rights is the document to protect people from the government.
INTRODUCTION

In 1776, our founding fathers, in order to create a more perfect union wrote the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. The Constitution is the document that shaped our government, and the Bill of Rights is the people's rights that protect them from the government. Little did they know, their documents and their visions help build a new, strong, and glorious nation, called the United States of America.

This project is about the Bill of Rights. The Bill of Rights is the rights of the American people against the government. Examples of some of these rights are Amendment #1, freedom of speech. Another example is Amendment #4, the right to search and seizure. There are 27 amendments in the Bill of Rights, but I only researched the first original ten amendments.

I enjoyed reading and learning each amendment. I learned many things from my research. I realize how fortunate...

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