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Why is the First Amendment the most important?

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when the citizens came over from England they didn't like their religion so the framers wanted their people to have the freedom to choose religion and the right to petition and the right to trial by jury and write what they want in the press and freedom of Assembly

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The First Amendment is important because it ensures the right of religious and Political freedom.

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