The Bill of Rights was not signed, like the Declaration of Independence or the Constitution was signed by those who wrote the document. The Bill of Rights are the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution. They were introduced as a series of amendments,in the first Congress, by James Madison, in 1789.Ten of the amendments were ratified and became the Bill of Rights in 1791. The amendments were intended to place certain restrictions upon the federal government to prevent it from limiting the rights of the citizens of the United States.
A careful examination of the document would reveal that indeed four signatures are present at the bottom making the above statement incorrect. The four signers were:
FREDERICK AUGUSTUS MUHLENBERG,
Speaker of the House of Representatives
Vice-President of the United States, and President of the Senate
Attest, John Beckley,
Clerk of the House of Representatives
Sam. A. Otis,
Secretary of the Senate
Yes the bill of rights was signed. And according to another wikianswers- it was signed by George III
The last state signed the Bill of Rights December 15, 1791.
the bill of rights
No. The Bill of Rights was ratified in 1791.
yes, he agreed completely with the Bill of Rights. He signed it.
He did not, as the Bill of Rights was written and signed before Lincoln was born.
the English Bill of Rights
The Bill of Rights is the first ten amendments that were added to the Constitution after being ratified by the states; they weren't signed by anyone.
because people agreed on it
no one signed it
no probly not <><><> No one signed the Bill of Rights. It is part of the US Constitution. The Consitution was ratified by states, not signed. If you mean the Declaration of Independence, no- women were not voters or politicians at that time.
yes. the first 10 amendments are called the bill of rights
William and Mary
September 25, 1789.
The English Bill of Rights
LBJ in 1965
Congress enacted 12 amendments to the Constitution because some states objected to the lack of rights being spelled out. The states ratified ten of the amendments and these became known as the Bill of Rights. No one signed them, as the Declaration of Independence was signed.
If you mean "Who signed the bill into law?", it was Lyndon Johnson.
the bill of rights was signed my 13 people saying that all people, black or white, have equal rights. no race is superior to another.
The English Bill of Rights was signed.
English bill of rights