Why Is The Bill Of Rights Important?

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The Bill of Rights, written by James Madison, was created after the constitution was ratified on June 21, 1788. Originally 12 amendments were approved for the Bill of Rights by congress but the first two were not ratified. Those 10 amendments finally became ratified on December 15, 1791 and placed into effective on the same day. The Bill of Rights are the first 10 amendments in the United States Constitution that are set in place to protect citizens and their natural born rights. It was drafted in New York City before the first proposal to congress on June 8, 1789. The Bill of Rights is essentially the first step that was taken by the people to amend the constitution. The first two amendments that’s didn’t become ratified were amendments that
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