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Freedom 101

Updated: Feb 2, 2019

The first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution are also called the Bill of Rights.

First Amendment: Freedom of Religion, Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Press, Freedom of Assembly, Freedom to petitition the government, Second Amendment: The right to bear arms, Third Amendment: Freedom from occupation, Fourth Amendment: Freedom from unreasonable search and seizure, Fifth Amendment: the right to due process, Freedom from self-incrimination, Sixth Amendment: the right to a speedy trial, Seventh Amendment: the right to a trial by jury, Eighth Amendment: Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment, Ninth Amendment: the right to other freedoms not described in the Constitution, and Tenth Amendment: Any power not specifically given to the government is given to the states and/or the people.

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