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What the Declaration of Independence Said and Meant It officially adopted the political theory of the United States: securing the individual rights of We the People It officially adopted the political theory of the United States: securing the individual rights of We the People The Volokh ConspiracyWhat do the first 10 amendments do?
The first ten amendments are called the bill of rights. The main/basic purpose of the first ten amendments is um for to protect the individuals of the United States- protect their rights to property their natural rights as individuals, and limit the Government's power over the citizens. First 10 Amendments.What are the first 10 Amendment rights?
The Bill of Rights is the first 10 amendments to the constitution of the United States that protect the rights of Americans, such as the freedom of speech, freedom to bear arms, freedom of religion, and more.What are the 27 amendments?
remembering the 27 amendments. Terms in this set (27) 1st amendment freedom of religion, press, speech, assembley 2nd amendment freedom to bare arms 3rd amendment No military in your home except in war time. 4th amendment No unreasonable searches 5th amendment The right to remain silent and not incriminate yourself 6th amenment