The Importance Of The Constitution

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The Constitution reminds me that as long as I live in America, I will always have everyday rights. Amendment one expresses the freedom to practice a religion, or not to practice any religion. This give me the freedom to learn about all different religions and the culture of different ethnicities. Following I have the freedom of speech, even though it's not an absolute freedom I still can express who I am as an individual. I am able to stand up for what I believe in with my words. Freedom of the press lets everyone peacefully protest their opinions. Without freedom of the press we might not even know what is going on with the Government and how things are going around the world.The second amendment gives our National Guard the freedom to protect
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