Constitution Unit - Bill of Rights

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amendment
a change to the Constitution
propose
suggest an amendment
2/3
how many states or how much of Congress has to agree to propose an Amendment to the Constitution
3/4
how many states have to agree to ratify an Amendment to the constitution
ratify
make something official by signing it
Anti-Federalists
the people who demanded a Bill of Rights be added to the Constitution
individual rights
the Constitutional principle best shown in the Bill of Rights
1st
the amendment that includes the individual's right to freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition
3rd
the amendment that protects the individual's right not to quarter troops in your home if you don't want to
4th
the amendment that protects the individual right not to have your home searched without a warrant
10th
the amendment that says the federal government can't take away states' rights
federalism
the constitutional principle embodied in the 10th Amendment
9th
the amendment that protects our individual unalienable rights
2nd
the amendment that protects the individual's right to bear arms
5th
the amendment that protects the individual's right to remain silent
6th
the amendment that protects the individual's right to a speedy trial
8th
the amendment that protects the individual against excessive bail and cruel and unusual punishments
7th
the amendment that protects the individual's right to a jury in civil cases of $20 or more
Bill of Rights
the first 10 Amendments to the U.S. Constitution
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