Bill Of Rights Pros And Cons

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A: People from the colonies were provided a wide variety of natural abundant resources but didn't know how to use them. Manufactured goods were ready-made and colonists took advantage of the trade.

The rights that New York citizens have are the right to not be deproved of any rights secured to any citizen, right to trial by jury, freedom of worship, right to order of habeas corpus, right to be prtoected from cruel and unusual punishment, right to be protected of certain enumerated rights, compensation for taken property, frredom of speech and press, right to assemble and petition, right to own land, right to equal protection, right to be secure from unreasonable search and seizures, right to purchase land of indians (was repealed), right to
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The rights of the states are the right of conscience shall be held inviolable , imposing taxes and organizing a militia.
Freedom of speech, right to bear arms, search and seizures, trial by jury, no cruel punishment or excessive fines imposed are the rights that have become part of the Bill Of Rights.
The advantages of including a specific Bill of Rights in the Constitution are giving the people a sense of safety and the Bill of Rights creates a foundation that we can live off of. Some disadvantages are that amendments such as the right to bear arms is not always seen as a positive thing. People believe it is better if we do not have guns at all and another disadvantage is that people believe the Bill of Rights are avoided and ignored because of police brutality.
A: The different taxes are the ones imposed duties on trade, the ones imposed with design to restrain the commerce, and the ones for the purpose of raising a revenue.
A: Because the duties were "not for the regulation of trade; not for the preservation or promotion of a mutually beneficial intercourse between the several component parts of the