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.
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.
To end the Glorious Revolution, William and Mary signed the English Bill of Rights, a new operation between the Parliament and the monarchs, leading to a greater measure of personal liberty and democracy in Britain.
False, because William and Mary signed an English Bill of Rights guaranteeing certain basic rights to all citizens. If you have Mr.Wells for social studies(history) that is the answer! or anyone else that has someone and needs that question watever. lol.
No. Not possible since William died in 1702, and the American Bill or Rights was part of the US Constitution, created in 1787. To end the Glorious Revolution, William and Mary signed the English Bill of Rights of 1689.