Amendments in 2011 Breakdown
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Example of the Third Amendment

One example of the third Amendment is during the Civil War the Bristish would knock on the colonists doors to kick them out of there house so that they had a place to stay, basically use there house as a base or a safe house.

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Amendments in 2011 Breakdown
A Breakdown of the First Four Amendments
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Fourth Amendment

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The Fourth Amendment was the Amendment that Prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures, this prevented Soilders from going through the Colonist valuables. This was set up so the people had more privacy.

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The 3rd Amendment

The third Amendment is the Amendment that states providing lodging for soldiers in private homes is only permissible with the consent of the owner. This is the right to either turn away or bring in soilders if they need a place to stay or relax.

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A Example of the Second Amendment

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The Second Amendment is the Amendment that gives the right to people to have guns but a licence is required. This is Amendment is so that people have the right to protection of there home and belongings so that others don't steal from them or try to hurt them.

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Example of the First Amendment

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Martain Luther King Jr. is a great example of the first Amendment because he was incharge of the Civil Rights Movement, because throughout the whole Movement he had the freedom of speech and also he and his people had the right to assemble. This movement was one of the biggest in history and is a very good example of the first amendment.

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The First Amendment

The first Amendment is the Amendment that guarantees and protects freedoms of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition. This Amendment give people the right to believe in whatever religion they want. Also give them the right to speak there mind and protest. This gives the American people much freedom.

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Example of the Third Amendment

One example of the third Amendment is during the Civil War the Bristish would knock on the colonists doors to kick them out of there house so that they had a place to stay, basically use there house as a base or a safe house.

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The Second Amendment

The Second Amendment gives the people the right to bear arms or keep weapons, since well-regulated militia is necessaryto the security of a free country. This gives the people right to hold guns with a licence or a document that shows the gun is registered.

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The Constitutional Amendments

The Constitutional Amendments are a lists of rules and laws that are enforced by the United States government. There are Twenty Seven Amendments. The first 10 are known as the Bill of Rights they are known as the first Ten original Amendments.
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