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The Constitution doesn't state anything of individual rights. If the Constitution is to be ratified the Bill of Rights should stand to account for the rights of the people, without it the central government would have too much power and we would be at risk of having our rights oppressed. This new centralized government is too similar of the government that we fought so hardly to remove ourselves from, we must protect our personal liberties.

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(Bill of Rights) "The rights of the people continued to be violated till the Steward family was banished in the year 1688. The people of England magnanimously defended their rights, banished the tyrant, and prescribed to William Prince of Orange, by the Bill of Rights, on what terms he should reign. And this Bill of Rights put an end to all construction and implication." -Patrick Henry Speech Virginia Convention. Listing out your rights is important, they are ground rules that are essential for freedom. The bill of rights secure the important rights to humanity.

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