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Oh King, Please dont leave! We love you!
We hate you Britian!
1. freedom of speech 2. right to bear arms 3. quartering of soldiers 4. requirement of a warrant to search houses 5. the government cannot force people to testify against themselves in court 6. the right to a fair and speedy trial 7. the right to a trial by jury 8. protected from cruel punishment 9. citizens may have rights that are not listed in the Constitution 10. any powers that are not given to the federal government are given to the people
On right is an example of an an anti federalist, someone who opposed a stronger government and, on the left is a federalist, someone who didn't.
The Bill of Rights are the first 10 Amendments to the Constitution. The Constitution established the fundamental laws and established certain rights for citizens, there are a total of 33 amendments but, only 27 are a part of the Constitution.
The final ratification of the Articles of Confederation finally happened on March 1st, 1781. The Constitution had since been rewritten and much more enforced so the states are more tightly bound.
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