Necessary Rights: Understanding the Bill of Rights and Implications

The right to protest is protected by the Constitution as it was seen as a central component of a functional society

The right to protest is protected by the Constitution in amedments later added collectively called, “The Bill of Rights” These were proposed by James Madison and added in order to ensure protection of certain inalienable rights. Use the learning helper linked below to understand the each of these very important rights and how the right to protest is protected — and why.

The Bill of Rights Understood

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