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Some rights American's most enjoy are

Freedom of speech

Freedom of religion

Freedom to have a good education

Freedom of the press

Freedom To Vote!

Think about it if you didn't have the right to go to school?

If you had to follow a certain religion.

If you were thrown in jail because of writing a true story about the president.

Think about if you were put in jail or killed because you said something that insulted the president.

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You have the right to bear arms or have firearms. Can summon lawer whenever when arrested and others (consitution) and you as an adolescent or adult have the right to free speech, not to be disputed by enforcers of the law, educators of the state, or anyone else. You have the right to advertise your faith without dispute of any persons. You have the right to respectfully disagree with any persons in authority and to not participate in certain activities in groups.
Freedom of Speech

Freedom of assembly

Freedom of Religion

Freedom to vote

Freedom of press

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# Amendments Proposal date Enactment date
1st Freedom of religion, of speech, of the press, to assemble, and to petition September 25, 1789 December 15, 1791
2nd The Right of the People to keep and Bear Arms September 25, 1789 December 15, 1791
3rd No quartering of soldiers in private houses during peacetime.

In a time of war, Congress can pass a law stating that soldiers should be quartered.

September 25, 1789 December 15, 1791
4th Interdiction of unreasonable Searches and seizures; warrants September 25, 1789 December 15, 1791
5th Indictments; Due process; Self-incrimination; Double jeopardy, and rules for Eminent Domain. September 25, 1789 December 15, 1791
6th Right to a fair and speedy public trial, Notice of accusations, Confronting one's accuser, Subpoenas, Right to counsel September 25, 1789 December 15, 1791
7th Right to trial by jury in civil cases September 25, 1789 December 15, 1791
8th No excessive bail & fines or cruel & unusual punishment September 25, 1789 December 15, 1791
9th Unenumerated rights September 25, 1789 December 15, 1791
10th Limits the power of the Federal government September 25, 1789 December 15, 1791
11th Immunity of states from suits from out-of-state citizens and foreigners not living within the state borders. Lays the foundation for sovereign immunity. March 4, 1794 February 7, 1795
12th Revision of presidential election procedures December 9, 1803 June 15, 1804
13th Abolition of slavery, except as punishment for a crime. January 31, 1865 December 6, 1865
14th Citizenship, state due process, applies Bill of Rights to the states, revision to apportionment of Representatives, Denies public office to anyone who has rebelled against the United States June 13, 1866 July 9, 1868
15th Suffrage no longer restricted by race February 26, 1869 February 3, 1870
16th Allows federal income tax July 12, 1909 February 3, 1913
17th Direct election to the United States Senate May 13, 1912 April 8, 1913
18th Prohibition of alcohol (Repealed by 21st amendment)December 18, 1917 January 16, 1919
19th Women's suffrage June 4, 1919 August 18, 1920
20th Term Commencement for congress (January 3) and president (January 20.) (This amendment is also known as the "lame duck amendment".) March 2, 1932 January 23, 1933
21st Repeal of Eighteenth Amendment; state and local prohibition no longer required by law. February 20, 1933 December 5, 1933
22nd Limits the president to two terms March 24, 1947 February 27, 1951
23rd Representation of Washington, D.C. in the Electoral College June 16, 1960 March 29, 1961
24th Prohibition of the restriction of voting rights due to the non-payment of poll taxes September 14, 1962 January 23, 1964
25th Presidential Succession July 6, 1965 February 10, 1967
26th Voting age nationally established as age 18 (see suffrage) March 23, 1971 July 1, 1971
27th Variance of congressional compensation September 25, 1789 May 7, 1992
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The U.S. Constitution grants its citizens many important rights. Some of these are freedom of religion, freedom of the press, freedom of speech, the right to bear arms, the right to avoid self-incrimination and the right to a trial by a jury of his peers.

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Freedom of speech. Freedom of Assembly.Freedom of Religion.etc

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Americans have freedom of speech and can do anything they want and other countries have no freedom that some people don't know.

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Americans enjoy the freedom of religion, freedom of privacy, freedom of speech, and the freedom to assemble.

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Freedom of speech. press, religion, freedom of assembly and the right to petition . Hope this helps. these are the basic rights and freedom.

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Americans take a lot of their freedoms for granted. They often take for granted their freedoms of religion, regulation of search and seizure, and free speech.

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