George Mason was one of the most vocal critics of the Constitution and his

George mason was one of the most vocal critics of the

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3. George Mason was one of the most vocal critics of the Constitution, and his protests are considered a major factor in the drafting of the Bill of Rights. Why was he so concerned about the absence of a bill of rights in the Constitution? (3 points) 4. List two of the amendments contained in the Bill of Rights, and explain the rights they protect. (4 points) 5. Explain incorporation and how it changed the meaning of the Bill of Rights. (4 points)
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