United States Bill of Rights

United States Bill of Rights This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers You may find it for free on the web Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery

This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers You may find it for free on the web Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.

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United States Bill of Rights

  1. The term Founding Fathers of the United States of America refers broadly to the individuals of the Thirteen British Colonies in North America who led the American Revolution against the authority of the British Crown and established the United States of America It is also used narrowly, referring specifically to those who either signed the Declaration of Independence in 1776 or who were delegates to the 1787 Constitutional Convention and took part in drafting the proposed Constitution of the United States A further subset includes those who signed the Articles of Confederation During much of the 19th century, they were referred to as either the Founders or the Fathers.Some historians define the Founding Fathers to mean a larger group, including not only the Signers and the Framers but also all those who, whether as politicians, jurists, statesmen, soldiers, diplomats, or ordinary citizens, took part in winning American independence and creating the United States of America Historian Richard B Morris in 1973 identified the following seven figures as the key Founding Fathers John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and George Washington Adams, Jefferson, and Franklin worked on the committee to draft the Declaration of Independence Hamilton, Madison, and Jay were authors of the The Federalist Papers, advocating ratification of the Constitution Washington commanded the revolutionary army All served in important positions in the early government of the United StatesB based on First Continental CongressDOD based on death of James Madison, last surviving member

252 Reply to “United States Bill of Rights”

  1. More people need to read this It takes a minute or two of your day, it s free on kindle, and it is an important part of History all the while part of law Know your rights and freedoms This country is the greatest We need to treat it as such.

  2. This definitely counts as cheating for my yearly challenge, so I ll have to read an extra book but I do think it s important for everyone to read this I haven t read it since high school I also have to put everything I read on or I just won t read it This is what has done to me haha

  3. Have you ever stopped to consider what an unusual thing it is for us to have rights It s a rare thing in history to have them If we have rights, that means our government has obligations It means we are than human capital relegated to keeping our leaders in power and comfort What an unusual thing For this reason, I appeal to my fellow citizens Let s not be too quick to give these rights away Even something like the right to bear arms You might think it comes with too high a cost You might think [...]

  4. Thought I d refresh my understanding of the United States Bill of Rights as we prepare for the battles ahead Essential reading for Americans.

  5. The first ten amendments to the United States Constitution are some of the most profound and important documents created out the founding of the country I cannot recommend that these be read enough.

  6. I enjoyed reading about how strongly the bill of rights were desired although it does disturb me a bit that there are no books called the Bill of Rights by its true author, James Madison.

  7. Much as I hate what the United States has become, the first 10 amendments to the Constitution were pretty awesome The right to bear arms, to freedom of the press, freedom of speech and religion, freedom of assembly lots of really great stuff here Easily the best early American political document.

  8. A must read for all Americans A long with the constitution and the Declaration of Independence, this is a must read for all Americans Especially the younger generations Read it now before they change it or erase it from history all together

  9. US Bill of RightsI recommend to all young and old to know rights Easy to read and access Educational straightforward and enlightening Us Bill of Rights

  10. It s the United States Bill of Rights First 10 Amendments, simple as that This really doesn t need further explanation.

  11. the founding fathers were so ahead of times it is incredible how many of the amendments are still really important in us society, though i disagree with some of them Amendment II and part of VIII it strikes me how men were so rational and could understand what was relevant and what wasn t in 1791 Then again, it strikes me the fact that Americans still believe in each and every amendment even though almost it s two centuries and a half later and some of the decision that were taken are now irrele [...]

  12. Easy Read.It s only a few pages But it lists the first ten amendments, as known as, the Bill of Rights with easy to understand vocabulary and with simplicity.

  13. Know Your Rights We are in an information paradise We can research a plethora of subjects A democratic government requires informed citizens Democracy deals with conflicting agendas The Bill of Rights and Constitution are standards to balance and engage a higher quality of life for all people.Read the Bill of Rights and be an informed citizen Follow the current events and cross reference with Bill of Rights.

  14. short, to the point, well written and easy to read but also rather poetic, people should read this, it is obviously a very important document but also it is actually an enjoyable read, when i finish with this and the other important documents of america i will move onto the similarly important document of Europe, i wonder how they will stack up.

  15. Short and Sweet The Original Bill of Rights Very easy and quick to read, there are a large number of Rights protected in a few words This is the basis for enumerated rights in the fledgling USA.

  16. I ve lived 24 years and served my country for five and I m just now getting around to reading this Wow.

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  18. Rightsyou have the 10 original amendments no elaboration needed, it s what you had in school, I wanted a refresher course, love it

  19. The OriginalAlways nice to review the original 10 Bill Of Rights It reinforced how great the Founding Fathers were to America

  20. I was a little bummed out that the version I downloaded was only ther first ten, otherwise I would have rated it at five stars.

  21. RightsIt is amazing how few are knowledgeable about these rights Slowly but surely, these rights are disappearing This is predictable.

  22. I wonder what the Founding Fathers would say to how the county has proceeded since this work was written A great reference to have.

  23. Bill of RightsThose in government need to remember that these God given rights are unalienable Read them, know them, fight for them.

  24. Should be required readingIt s the Bill of Rights and the average citizen doesn t even know the wording of it Every person should read it for themselves.

  25. Our freedomsThese freedoms must be protected by the people, for the people, and passed down from generation to generation Our civic duty.

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