The 1st Amendment

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The 1st Amendment

The 1st Amendment

The First Amendment reveals that it protects several rights. Such as, freedom of religion, speech, press, petition, and assembly. The First Amendement guarantees freedom of religion, and the right to have free speech. It enables citizens to express their thoughts and beliefs in a free society. It allows cittizens to practice whatever religion they wish, or if they want, no religion at all. Without the First Ammendment, the government could esablish a national relgion, protesters could be sileneced and be unable to speak for themselfs, the press could not criticize governemnt.

What are the rights?

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Freedom of speech

Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment. This contains of what we infer, freedom of expression. Without it, other fundamental rights as in the right to vote, would go away.

Freedom of Religon

The 1st Amendment: What is it?

The first Amendment to the United States Constitution outlaws respect of religion, freedom of religion, the freedom of speech, freedom of press, and right to petition.

The right to practice whatever religion you personally choose, or who one chooses. Manifest religion or belief, practice, worship. In a country with a state , freedom of religion is considered to mean that the governement allows religious practices, and does not victimize believers in others or within someones faith.

Why is it important?

Currently out of all the Amendments, I personally believe that the First Amendment is the most important. The First Amendment protects freedom of religion, speech and the press, as well to have the right to gather and petition the government. It also includes the freedom to change their religion or not follow one at all. This is very important because nobody should ever be told how to practice his or her own religion or what religion to follow. Freedom of assembly, is the right to collect and express, pursue, or defend a certain topic. We also have the right to petition, which alows us to ask the government to correct a certain problem. These are all rights and information on why I think, within the First Amendment, is the most important.


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