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The Bill of Rights was made to protect Americans from too many restrictions and regulations in addition to ensuring our well-being under our government. For the past 200 years, it's done a pretty good job, but on occasion it is seen as either too protective or not protective enough. What do you think? Shmoop amongst yourselves.
GED Social Studies 1.1 Civics and Government
It killed thousands. It turned two beautiful cities into piles of rubble. It ended a war. The atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in...
As former President Bush might say, if this question fools you once, shame on you....fool you....you can't get fooled again. Do you know why he gav...
We just love turning our Presidents’ names into other things. Reaganomics. Obamacare. Nixonopoly.