How has this civil liberty changed over time? Finally, what is the status of this civil liberty today?

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  • Freedom of speech, the right to express yourself without interference from the government.
  • Freedom of religion, the right to practice the faith that you choose.
  • Freedom from unreasonable searches and seizures by the government.
  • The right to have an attorney.

These are just a few of our freedoms guaranteed in the Constitution’s Bill of Rights. Congress passed the 12 amendments on Sept. 25, 1789, after whittling them down from the 20 proposed by James Madison. Madison himself had narrowed down the number from hundreds proposed by the states.Question to answer: Which is the most important right guaranteed in the Bill of Rights, and why? Explain your answer with relevant examples and/or case studies from history (past, present)? How has this civil liberty changed over time? Finally, what is the status of this civil liberty today?

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