Kennedy's Consumer Bill of Rights included the right to be informed, the right to safety, the right to choose, and the right to be heard
John F. Kennedy
The 4 additional rights that were added to the original Consumer Bill of Rights are the right to satisfaction of basic needs, the right of redress, the right to consumer education and the right to a healthy environment. The 4 original rights are the right to safety, the right to be informed, the right to be heard, and the right to choose.
The Bill of Rights were ratified in 1791 while George Washington was the president.The Bill of Rights was approved on June 25, 1789 and Washington took office in September 1789, so no one was president.
Im not sure, but it was not George Washington, George was president after the constitution was created, that includes the bill of rights. So who ever was still in power from the Articles of Confederation...
Bill or rights guarantees.
John F. Kennedy.
Because of the congressmen
The Bill of Rights of the Constitution was written by James Madison who later became president.
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John F. Kennedy
George Washington. He was president from 1789 to 1797. The Bill of Rights was ratified in 1791.
The Bill of Rights was written as part of the US Constitution during the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The US Constitution was adopted on September 17, 1787. The office of President would have been created as part of the US Constitution, so the President in office when the Bill of Rights went into effect was President George Washington.
he wrote the Bill of Rights
There are no documents that served as president to the bill of rights.
No, the bill of rights is part of the constitution. It is law already, and even the president must abide by the law.
Washington. The Congress wouldn't ratify it until the Bill of Rights was added. Then, Washington was elected President. So actually there was no President when they were added.