The Bill of Rights

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1. What freedoms does it give?

  • Religion, speech and political affilation
  • Arms, association with others and defense
  • Making speeches, preventing harmful items and complete freedom of criminals
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2. When was it written?

  • 1789
  • 1999
  • 1889
  • 1989

3. What is Amendment 5?

  • Citizens have the right to not incriminate themselves in court (plead not guilty)
  • Forces them to incriminate themselves in court
  • Must answer all questions by law enforcement officers

4. True or false: US citizens only have to let soldiers live in their house when there is a war (and if Congress decrees this)

  • True
  • False

5. Why was this written into the Constitution?

  • To please all 13 original states and protect the rights of US citizens
  • To please the President and protect the First Family
  • To please King George and prevent tyrannical rule
  • To please Congress and protect the rights of Congressmen


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