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Bill of rights: 1st amendment: freedom of speech 2nd amendment: right to have bear arms 3rd amendment: quartering of troops in a private home 4th amendment: Unreasonable search and seizure 5th amendment: protects people accused of a crime. 6th amendment: The rights and protections of the accused to 7th amendment: guarantees the right to a trial by jury in federal civil cases 8th amendment: protects us from excessive bail or cruel punishment. 9th amendment: Citizens entitled to rights not listed in the Constitution. 10th amendment:deals with powers reserved to the states
Ratification: The approval from the legislative branch required to validate government agreements.
Declaration of independence: was the document adopted at the Second Continental Congress on July 4th, 1776.
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