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What does the Constitution say about the rights of the people? Be careful, because it is not obvious what rights

What does the Constitution say about the rights of the people? Be careful, because it is not obvious what rights really are in the Constitution, and it would be a mistake to use that stuff everybody (allegedly) knows, because it is technically insufficient and often incorrect. In your response, please choose four rights, give specific evidence that each is a right, and explain from where each right emanates. Be sure what you choose truly addresses guaranteeing rights to the people specifically and not rights that you think are implied.

Your journal entry must be at least 300 words in length. No references or citations are necessary.

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