Bill of Rights

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Objective: To analyze the freedoms guaranteed in the Bill of Rights.

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The Bill of Rights 1st Amendment: freedom of speech In 1965, 13-year old Mary Beth Tinker and her 15-year old brother John wore black armbands to school in Des Moines, Iowa. They wanted to show their mourning for people killed in the Vietnam War and their support for a truce at Christmas. Mary Beth, an eighth grade student at Harding Jr. High School was promptly suspended by her principal, who said no black armbands would be allowed.

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The Bill of Rights 1st Amendment: freedom of religion Demonstration, Philadelphia, 1983

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The Bill of Rights 1st Amendment: freedom of the press "Our citizens may be deceived for awhile, and have been deceived; but as long as the presses can be protected, we may trust to them for light."--Thomas Jefferson to Archibald Stuart. 1799. “…were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter…” --Thomas Jefferson to Edward Carrington, 1787. Quotations: Thomas Jefferson on the Freedom of the Press

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The Bill of Rights 1st Amendment: freedom of assembly Handbill advertising a rally of the Association of Carolina Klans

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The Bill of Rights 1st Amendment: freedom of petition

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2nd Amendment: The Bill of Rights right to bear arms

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2nd Amendment: The Bill of Rights right to bear arms

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2nd Amendment: The Bill of Rights right to bear arms

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3rd Amendment: The Bill of Rights quartering of soldiers

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4th Amendment: The Bill of Rights protection against unreasonable searches and seizures

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4th Amendment: The Bill of Rights protection against unreasonable searches and seizures

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4th Amendment: The Bill of Rights protection against unreasonable searches and seizures

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4th Amendment: The Bill of Rights protection against unreasonable searches and seizures

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5th Amendment: The Bill of Rights protection from self-incrimination

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5th Amendment: The Bill of Rights protection from self-incrimination

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5th Amendment: The Bill of Rights protection from “double jeopardy”

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5th Amendment: The Bill of Rights protection from uncompensated eminent domain

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5th Amendment: The Bill of Rights protection from uncompensated eminent domain

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5th Amendment: The Bill of Rights Honolulu Weekly 9-11-02 must be indicted by a grand jury

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6th Amendment: The Bill of Rights right to a speedy trial by jury

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6th Amendment: The Bill of Rights right to a speedy trial by jury

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6th Amendment: The Bill of Rights right to an attorney Miranda v. Arizona (1966) Part I

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6th Amendment: The Bill of Rights right to an attorney Miranda v. Arizona (1966) Part II

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6th Amendment: The Bill of Rights right to an attorney Miranda v. Arizona (1966) Part III

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6th Amendment: The Bill of Rights right to an attorney Miranda v. Arizona (1966) Part IV

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8th Amendment: The Bill of Rights protection from cruel or unusual punishment

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8th Amendment: The Bill of Rights protection from cruel or unusual punishment

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8th Amendment: The Bill of Rights protection from cruel or unusual punishment

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8th Amendment: The Bill of Rights protection from excessive bail or fines

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8th Amendment: The Bill of Rights protection from excessive bail or fines

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