no it was the bill of rights
the colonists would have lost their rights and probably would've been pushed around again
Bill or rights guarantees.
The Anti-Federalists pushed for a bill of rights when the constitution was first being written.
the bill of rights the bill of rights the bill of rights
the there two different bill of rights
The Bill of Rights is in the Bill of Rights. The Bill of Rights is what we call the first 10 amendments to the Constitution.
James Madison and Ben Franklin created the Bill of Rights. The Bill of Rights states the peoples Rights.
the bill of rights
we the people are guaranteed rights in the bill of rights and the constitution.we the people are guaranteed rights in the bill of rights and the constitution.
The Bill of Rights is the 10 amendments to the constitution. It is the only Bill of Rights.
You just asked what the Bill of Rights is the Bill of Rights.
The English Bill of Rights had the basic rights and freedoms but when creating the American Bill of Rights only the rights that were needed and were necessary were written. It made the English Bill of Rights a rough draft, the American Bill of Rights was more thought over and talked about.
Bill of rights doesn't have articles but amendments. There are 10 in the Bill of Rights.
It is called a Bill of Rights. There are many different examples, such as a states Bill of Rights or the federal Bill of Rights.
im a student in mrs.gilner's class and the bill of rights spelled out the citizens rights
The Framers did not add a Bill of Rights. The Bill of Rights was added by Congress to protect individual rights.
the US Bill of Rights is for everyone but the State of Michigan's Bill of Rights only counts in Michigan. So i you went other places your rights would be different except for the rights in the US bill of rights.
There are not 13 rights, but 10 in the Bill of Rights.
Why was the bill of rights established