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Make a copy! The Bill of Rights and Accomplishments of the American Revolution Name: Channing 1. Examine the Bill of Rights, beginning on page 179 in our textbook. ( Apologies to all students who have already answered these questions - they were on the digital copy of More Constitutional Challenges, which some of you completed over the weekend. If you already answered these questions, you may just use your answers from that document to respond again, below: ) a. Which amendment protects individuals from giving evidence against oneself in a trial? This one is tricky. Use the commentary in the left/right margins to help you! It would be the 5th amendment b. Which amendment prevents the government from quartering troops in citizens’ homes? Would be the 4th amendment c. Which amendment protects your rights of speech and free exercise of religion? Amendment 1 d. Which amendment allows citizens to own guns? Amendment 2 e.Which amendment protects citizens from being searched and having their property seized without a warrant?
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  • Spring '15
  • JAMESFELL
  • American Revolution, United States Declaration of Independence, United States Bill of Rights

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