United States Bill of Rights

United States Bill of Rights Summary

The Bill of Rights is the collective name for the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution. Proposed to assuage the fears of Anti-Federalists who had opposed Constitutional ratification, these amendments guarantee a number of personal freedoms, limit the government's power in judicial and other proceedings, and reserve some powers to the states and the public. Originally the amendments applied only to the federal government, however, most were subsequently applied to the government of each state by way of the Fourteenth Amendment, through a process known as incorporation.



Book Reviews

Little Sqirt 95

Each and everyone’s inalienable rights5 star

As citizens of these United States it should be your duty to make yourself knowledgeable about the future of our country and the perverse twisting of our forefathers words by the current administration. Those who seek to undermine your rights are trying to divide our people along political lines instead of fulfilling their obligation to those very people they are sworn to protect against All Enemies Foreign and Domestic.55

Queen Kenobi

Politicians are not to be trusted5 star

Your relationship with the chancellor has paid off55

Djrobh22

Perfection!5 star

The perfect document that gets abused and misinterpreted by many.55

Chris MF Smith

Bill of Rights5 star

I wish they made another with all amendments to the Constitution. But very well done quick and easy. Sometimes it’s hard to see how those words have been twisted to serve a cause other than our personal freedoms. In my opinion they are quite clear.55

MYKONE

Required reading5 star

Every American should read and promote55

Cmpl97

A must read.....5 star

For all the controversy about Fake News and protests, this is a must read and it should start at the top!55

wwayneduke

No help5 star

I wanted to learn how to use the app. There is no HELP document55

Connection doesn't work

Almost perfect4 star

I would've liked it if they would put the legal language, and then reconstructed it so that an everyday person could understand it easier (harder to read legal then everyday).45

King loko

Constitutional rights5 star

A book about every one in America should read to projecting sows against prejudiced of our government police forces and individuals who are looking to cause harm to us Americans and anyoneliving in the United States good lesson after55

Aelysar

Still relevant5 star

Some of the most important words put on paper. Well, parchment, but still.55





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