Why did the Founding Fathers include freedom of speech in the First Amendment?
They believed that everyone should be able to speak their mind and have a say in public things such as campaigns, etc. They wanted everyone to feel included.
The Puritans originally came to America in order to practice their religion freely. Freedom did not exist in many of the colonies however, mostly RI. Many people were exiled from Massachusetts and many uprisings occurred. The founding fathers sought to unify the people ands end religious disputes by permitting the practice of all religions, or none if the individuals so choose to do so.
During America's Founding Period, the Founders included the Tenth Amendment primarily due to the desire of a large number of national and state-centered leaders to include it. As to why those persons desired the ratification of this amendment, it may be said that they were motivated by general concern to ensure both that the federal government should not over-reach its rightful bounds or responsibilities and that each state should retain such power, initiative, and independence…
I think you want to inquire about the founding Fathers of USA. Founding fathers of USA are those political founders or leaders who in 1775 initialized and second the declaration of independence. Names of these leaders include George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, John Jay, and Thomas Jefferson. Washington is the father the others are founding fathers.