What rights were the authors of the Bill of Rights primarily concerned about?
The Anti-Federalists, including Thomas Jefferson, thought that the Constitution was unfair. They were afraid of a strong central government; the Anti-Federalists did not want to ratify the Constitution, so, in order to make it fair for the Anti-Federalists, the authors of the Constitution added the Bill of Rights.
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The accurate is that the authors were enshrining "Natural Rights". Sir William Blackstone defines this very well. John Locke in his two treatise on Government, brilliantly elaborates this. The mysterious 9th Amendment (mysterious to people of today- obviously it wasn't mysterious the those who wrote it), this is a clear reference to "Natural Law" in general. Understand the Bible, then understand Locke and Blackstone, then understand the Declaration of Independence (Laws of Nature and of Nature's God) and the Constitution (In the Year of our Lord-- deliberate language).
Neighboring or related rights are those which apply concurrently but not directly with or to the author. As an example when a song is recorded there are 4 sets of rights extant... the authors' rights of the composer of the music; the authors' rights of the lyricist; the performers' rights of the singer and the musicians; the producers' rights of the person or corporation which made the recording.
It gave us better rights to deal with. Rights under the "Bill of Rights" were not granted (given) the bill of rights was used to protect those rights most often violated by government(s), as noted by the authors of the bill of rights; these are inherent rights that the bill of rights were intended to protect by expressly listing them, and are only a small part of the plethora of natural rights that existed long…
RIGHTS & DUTIES: TWO SIDES OF THE SAME COIN. I have been witness to many movements and many campaigns that involve rights of those concerned. Human rights, animal rights, women's rights, child rights, minority rights, prisoner's rights, right to freedom, right to education, right to potable water, right to fight, right to eat, right to sleep, rights of the aged, rights of the marginalised, rights of refugees and war victims, rights of these and rights…
Technically the "Bill of Rights" were in effect before Columbus was born; the bill of rights and its authors admit that these are rights were held long before the contemplation of the Constitution and their enumeration was to act as a protection against their violation by government or its officials.