Understanding the Bill of Rights
Secret societies. Spy networks. Rebellion. Revolution. All of these were precursors to one of the most influential political documents in history. The Bill of Rights consists of the first ten amendments of the United States Constitution, outlining the basic human rights awarded to every American citizen from birth. Read about the origins of the Bill of Rights, its creation, and the influence it still holds.
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|Grouping Title||understanding the bill of rights|
|Grouping Author||wolfe james|
|Last Grouping Update||2018-12-21 23:35:11PM|
|Last Indexed||2020-08-12 01:02:48AM|
Stair, Nancy L,
Stair, Nancy L.,
|author||Wolfe, James, 1960-|
Stair, Nancy L,author.
Stair, Nancy L.,author.
Cane Ridge High
Cane Ridge High - Teen Non-Fiction
Glencliff High - Teen Non-Fiction
|display_description||"Discusses the creation and execution of the Bill of Rights in the early days of the United States"--|
Cane Ridge High
|series||Primary sources of American political documents|
|series_with_volume||Primary sources of American political documents||
Civil rights -- United States
Civil rights -- United States -- Juvenile literature
United States. -- Constitution. -- 1st-10th Amendments
United States. -- Constitution. -- 1st-10th Amendments -- Juvenile literature
|title_display||Understanding the Bill of Rights|
|title_full||Understanding the Bill of Rights / James Wolfe and Nancy L. Stair|
|title_short||Understanding the Bill of Rights|