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No, the Bill of Rights was adopted in 1791, this was 4 years after the Constitution was ratified in 1787.

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Q: Was the bill of rights and the constitution ratified at the same time?
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Did Article 1 of the constitution come before or after the Bill of Rights?

The Constitution itself was ratified in 1787. The Bill of Rights, the 1st ten amendments to the Constitution, was added to the Constitution in 1789.


Bill of Rights were in the Constitution?

Yes. In order to bridge the divide that kept the Constitution from being ratified, a compromise was made that consisted of the passage of the first ten amendments to the constitution, which are called the Bill of Rights, and they were approved the same time the constitution was signed, and later ratified.


Are the constitution and Bill of Rights the same thing?

No, they are not. The Constitution is the main document that sets up the workings of the federal government. The Bill of Rights is an adjunct to the Constitution that makes clear that the federal government is either prohibited from restricting or mandated to provide certain rights to individuals and to states. Another distinguishing feature is that the Constitution and the Bill of Rights were ratified at different times therefore for a brief period of time, the Constitution existed without the Bill of Rights. The Constitution was ratified by three fourths of the states on June 21, 1788. The Bill of Rights was ratified by three fourths of the states on December 15, 1791. The only sense in which they may be considered the same thing is that the Constitution cannot be read without taking into account the Bill of Rights, which represent changes to the Constitution. They are separate parts of a single working document.


Who was the president When was the Bill of Rights added to the Constitution?

Im not sure, but it was not George Washington, George was president after the constitution was created, that includes the bill of rights. So who ever was still in power from the Articles of Confederation...


Why was the bill of rights passed at the same time?

in order for the states to ratify the u.s constitution, it needed a bill of rights.


What did the first ten amendment do?

The first ten amendments, better known as the Bill of Rights, guaranteed basic rights to citizens and allowed for the passing of the United States Constitution. It would not have been ratified were it not for the agreement to pass these bills at roughly the same time, due to the anti-federalist's fear of a strong federal government.


Is the declaration of independce and the constitution the same?

No. The Declaration of Independence was a written letter to the king in 1776 stating why the colonies wanted to be independent and declaring independence. The constitution is our written plan of government laying out the duties and branches of the government as well as the Bill of Rights. It was ratified in 1789.


Which statement about the Bill of Rights is not true A only apply to some groups B can be revoked at any time C cannot protect free speech D all of these are false?

The amendments were ratified at the same time a the constitution.


Where are the rights of individuals American citizens listed?

It's the same thing as the Bill of Rights or the 10 Amendments which are in the Constitution.


When were the first ten amendments to the constitution adopted in?

1791


Why is The Bill of Rights not in US Constitution?

The Bill of Rights were not in the original Constitution because the Constitution was ratified before these issues came up. The Bill of Rights were proposed to guarantee a number of personal freedoms.


What was added to the US constitution in 1791 to protect peoples rights?

In the US, the US Constitution sets the rules for protecting citizen rights. State constitutions do the same with regard to state laws and their effect on citizens. Individual local laws are designed to protect citizen rights as well.