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Your rights are guaranteed under the Constitution of the United States. However, certain behaviors that one may choose to be involved in can "strip" that individual of his/her rights. Your fundamental rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness can be stripped if your action violate laws set in place by the government. This also extends to the right to vote, bear arms etc.

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Q: What does it mean to say that individual rights guaranteed in the constitution are relative and not absolute?
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