The U.S. Constitution was signed in 1787. But some states worried that it didn’t fully protect people’s freedom. That’s why, in 1791, 10 amendments were added. These amendments are known as the Bill of Rights. They protect your right to a trial, your right to protest, and much more!
Many Americans would say that out of all the freedoms included in the Bill of Rights, the ones in the First Amendment are the most important. Your First Amendment rights are what allow you to be you! How much do you know about them? Take this quiz to find out!
When the U.S. Constitution was signed in 1787, some states worried that the document didn’t properly protect the fundamental rights of the public. That’s why in 1791, 10 amendments were added. These amendments, collectively known as the Bill of Rights, outline basic American freedoms such as the right to trial, the right to bear arms, and freedom of speech. Since then, 17 more amendments have been added to the Constitution, but the freedoms contained in the Bill of Rights remain some of the most important rights you have. How much do you know about these first 10 amendments? Take this quiz to find out!