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The four freedoms of the Constitution are the freedom of speech and expression, freedom of worship, freedom from want and freedom from fear. These were laid out in a speech by Franklin D. Roosevelt.

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The original Constitution did not guarantee any freedoms. The Bill of Rights, the first 10 amendments to the US Constitution guarantee our basic rights and freedoms. Subsequent amendments also guarantee rights.

They are as follows:

Amendment 1: Freedoms of speech, religion, peaceable assembly, and petition

Amendment 2: The right to keep and bear arms

Amendment 3: Freedom from forcible quartering of soldiers (or assumably other gov't officials)

Amendment 4: Freedom from searches and seizures. Implied in this amendment is the rights of privacy...rights which are never explicitly stated anywhere in the Constitution or law.

Amendment 5: Freedom from unwarranted arrest or holdings. Freedom from forced self-incrimination. Freedom from retrial for the same offense.

Amendment 6: The right to a speedy trial. The right to face your accusers. The right to obtain witnesses in your defense. The right to an attorney.

Amendment 7: The right to trial by jury.

Amendment 8: The freedom from excessive bail, fine or punishment. Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment.

Amendment 9: The right to retain other rights and freedoms not explicitly stated in the Constitution or any law.

Amendment 10: The right of the people to any powers not given to the Federal gov't or State gov't by the Constitution, or any powers not given to the states by the people.

Amendment 15: The right to vote. (not to be denied based on religion, race, creed, etc...)

Amendment 19: The right to vote (not to be denied based on gender).

Amendment 24: The right to vote (not to be denied based on a failure to pay any tax).

Amendment 26: The right to vote (not to be denied based on age after the age of 18).

Now, that being said...The Declaration of Independence does outline further freedoms and rights. Although the Declaration of Independence is not generally considered law, was never ratified in a legal way....it is often considered a "Preamble" to the Constitution of the United States, and therefore can be consulted and referenced for legal purposes.

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There were four freedoms defined in the 1941 State of the Union address. These were freedom of speech, freedom to worship, freedom from want, and freedom from fear.

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the three more important aspect of the Constitution are limitation of power, rights to citizens, and the ability to vote.

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Speech, Religion, Press, Freedom

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