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The Bill of Rights - Text, Origins, and Meaning - Civil Liberties
The Bill of Rights, as we call the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution, is the centerpiece of the civil liberties debate in the United States.
The Bill of Rights - US Constitution Amendments 1-10 - US Politics
The provisions contained in the Bill of Rights were predated by the Magna Carta, which King John signed in 1215 to protect citizens against abuse of power by ...
US Constitution: Bill of Rights - U.S. Government Info/Resources
The Bill of Rights, from your About.com Guide: government info resources unreasonable searches and seizures bill of rights amendments redress of grievances ...
Bill of Rights - American History - About.com
What are the Bill of Rights? Find out in this Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) about the Constitution.
The Original Bill of Rights - US Government - About.com
The Bill of Rights as they were originally sbumitted to the people for ratificiation, from your About.com Guide.
Bill of Rights 12 Original Amendments - US Constitution History
The original Bill of Rights, as sent to the then 11 states for ratification in 1789 proposed 12, not 10 amendments to the Constitution.
Why Is the Bill of Rights Important? - Civil Liberties - About.com
The importance of the Bill of Rights isn't as obvious as it might first appear.
What is the Bill of Rights? - Learn What the Bill of Rights is
The Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, ratified in 1868, established that the Bill of Rights applies not only to the federal government, but also to all ...
What Is the Bill of Rights? Video
The Bill of Rights are the first 10 amendments to the Constitution, which delineate federal powers in relation to the citizens. Learn more about the Bill of Rights ...
Children's Bill of Rights During Divorce - Divorce Support - About.com
At a minimum, children are entitled to the following Bill of Rights: Neither parent shall deny the child reasonable use of the telephone to place and receive calls ...
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