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• Bill of Rights

• Expressed powers

• Specific prohibitions (e.g., ex post facto laws, bills of attainder)

• Separation of powers

• Checks and balances

• Federalism

• Bicameralism

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The constitution is there to keep the government honest. Your freedom of speech is insured by the constituton. Thus, the government has to take that into effect before trying to stop you from saying what you feel; providing you don't intend harm to others.

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the check and balances (i.e. impeachments, etc) and the separations of power (between the judicial, executive and legislative powers)

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it is to help you have freedom of things like speech, religion, and assembly...etc.

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Slaves were not originally permitted to vote

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Women were not originally allowed to participate in the government

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It would depend on which constitution and country you are referring to.

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