Which amendment protects the rigts which might not necessarily be written into the constitution or the bill of rights?
There is a clause written before the Bill of Rights which basically states in modern english, that the following rights are yours and cannot be taken away, but it does not necessarily mean these the only rights you have. This was done to insure that a) people would not confuse the Bill of Rights as a form of oppression and b) later amendments that guaranteed rights could be added to the Constitution.
What document protected the rights of English citizens and became the basis for the American Bill of Rights?
China does have a Bill of Rights, however it is not effective in upholding human rights for people in China. So in practice it is different to that of the US Bill of Rights, where government knows that if it makes laws inconsistent with its Bill of Rights then the courts can rule it out. The Chinese bill of rights is not enforceable or has not been consistently enforced. China does have a bill of…