No single person wrote the amendment. The Bill of Rights was developed by the first congress in 1789.
However, James Madison can be credited with writing this and much of what we see in our first ten amendments to the Constitution.
Be sure to read "The
The first ten amendments to the US Constitution were written by James Madison, 4th President of the US. They were added to the Constitution in 1791. Remarkably, Madison also wrote Amendment 27, our latest addition to the Constitution (1992); it simply took 102 years to complete its ratification process.
The first amendment.
The first amendment of the Constitution guarantees the freedom of Press, Assembly, and Speech. :)
The first amendment of the US Constitution guarantees free speech. The first amendment is one of ten amendments within the US Constitution called the Bill of Rights. These ten were part of the original constitution. More amendments were later added.
The 26th Amendment to the US Constitution was written by Jennings Randolph. The ratification date of the amendment was July 1, 1971.
The US Supreme Court is not going to "stop the First Amendment"; they lack authority to change the Constitution. Article V of the US Constitution explains the formal amendment process.
The First Amendment
The first amendment to the US Constitution.
The First Amendment to the Constituion.
The First Amendment to the US Constitution.
The first amendment of the Constitution
The First Amendment, part of the Bill of Rights that defined individual rights not specifically mentioned in the US Constitution.
Amendment 1 - Freedom of Religion, Press, Expression
Within the first amendment
The 13th Amendment to the US Constitution abolished slavery.
The Federalist Papers.
The First Amendment =)
The first amendment of the US Constitution has always been needed by citizens of the United States. The freedom of speech, press and religion are necessary to have a representative government.
The first amendment from the us constitution and articles 13, 14, and 15 fromt he Russian soviet constitution of 1918.
well, one amendment was the twenty first amendment...it was ratified on December 5th, 1933
The Twelfth Amendment to the US Constitution was ratified and enacted in 1804.
No, the Tenth Amendment is the last Amendment in the Bill of Rights (the first Ten Amendments to the Constitution). As of 2011, the US Constitution has 27 Amendments; the last, concerning compensation to members of Congress, was ratified in 1992.