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The Supreme Court
The House of Representatives and the Senate
The States or the People
The Armed Forces
Article 3 of The U.S. Constitution
The first 10 amendments to the Constitution
The 2nd Amendment
The Preamble to the Articles of Confederation
Freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of religion, freedom to redress of grievances against the government, freedom of assembly.
The freedom to bear arms and own property.
All of the above rights are provided by the Constitution and Bill of Rights.
None of these, the Constitution and Bill of Rights do not provide rights.
July 2nd 1776
July 4th 1776
August 2nd 1776
December 7th 1776
He believed in a powerful central government.
He believed that naming specific rights might lead people to assume they did not have others left unmentioned.
He did not believe in individuals rights.
He believed in the "goodness of men" that would run the government
From the Constitution
From the Supreme Court
From elected representatives
From the consent of the governed.
A secure pension system.
A republican form of government.
The spread of
The right to make any laws it deems necessary.
To protect natural rights.
To defend the country from armed invasion.
To provide a system of checks and balances.
To provide the material needs of its people.
The Department of
The Secretary of
By a Majority of the Senate
By a three-fourths majority of Congress
in three-fourths of the States
By The House of Representatives
The Treasury Department
The House of Representatives
The Executive branch