The Constitution: Rules for Running a Country

Oh, Yeah... One More Thing
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Article VII was the end of the Constitution… but it isn’t the end of the rules! Why? Because stuff has been added to the Constitution since then.

In fact, one set of rules was added almost immediately after the Constitution took effect. Back then, a lot of people disapproved of the Constitution because they thought something was missing: a guarantee of individual rights.

The first ten amendments to the Constitution are called the Bill of Rights. They guarantee citizens certain protections against the government.

Follow the link and play the game to learn some of the rights that were included in the Bill of Rights. Then answer the question.

Response Question: 

Which of the rights you saw is the most important to you? Explain why. (If you can’t remember the rights, this Bill of Rights Chart might help.)

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