Bill Of Right 's Paper

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John Dionisio History 107 Professor Bruce O Solheim 18 January 2017 Bill of Right’s Paper The Constitution 's Bill of Rights established an equal disputing between the government and the people. It started when a delegate named James Madison opposed the new Constitution, because he believed that it lacked emphasis in human rights. The Bill of Rights, plays an important role in distributing freedom and culture to the nation, because it emphasizes the proper human rights that allows one to live properly. Thus, James Madison and members of the first congress decided to implement a newly revised Constitution which provided the Bill of Rights. The Bill of Rights originally incorporated into 17 amendments, then condensed into 10 when ratified…show more content…
Our national diversity also includes many religious groups. The First amendment allows us to respect our religion without any sort of discrimination. Furthermore, the other parts of the first amendment are self-explanatory, we can be very vocal with our opinions through protest, discussion, and association. For example, we can boast about or express frustration with the Presidential Election of 2016, owe or we can express our freedom of speech through assembly and petitions. I find this amendment an important aspect to the rights to every citizen because the first step to change is being vocal about our rights. The Second, Third, and Fourth Amendments of the Bill of Rights play an important role in regards to guns, military servicemen and crime. The Second Amendment states that “A well-regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” (U.S. Const. amend. II).Basically, this amendment allows any individual with the exception of felons, to carry firearm. This amendment allows us to protect ourselves from any kind of danger. For the past years, the right to bear arms was extremely controversial due to terrorist attacks and massacres such as the Sandy Hook Elementary Massacre and San Bernardino shooting, which led to many Americans being frightened of firearms. However, this amendment plays an important role because without it people would be left defenseless. I
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