9th amendment project sydney slaughter

9th amendment project sydney slaughter
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  • James Madison wrote the 9th amendment which became part of the Constitution on  December 15, 1789, this was in the first 10 which was called the bill of rights.
  • Hi! I'm James Madison! I wrote the 9th amendment in the Constitution. The ninth amendment says that the enumeration of rights in the Constitution won't be used against the people.
  • what does that mean?
  • This amendment basically means that just because there is a list of rights in the Constitution, it doesn't mean that the government can take away other rights of the people that are not listed. 
  • This amendment became so people could do things such as eat junk food, dye your hair green, and wear clothes.
  • This is an example of the ninth amendment, I can eat junk food and it'll be okay because the ninth amendment protects our right to do things like this.
  • This is another example of the ninth amendment because I can dye my hair whatever color I want despite people's opinions I cannot get arrested for my choice of hair color.
  • And in all of those representations ,and right now, I'm wearing clothes as all of you are as well. These are all things the ninth amendment allows us to do without it being a law. Get it now?!
  • yea!!
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