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The American Government wants the people of the United States to believe that the Bill of rights and the fourteenth Amendment are a protection of the people The Government even though they have been brought to trial numerous times do to a failure to follow the amendments still claim that they are still a protection This could be true if we as the people look at it the other way we may notice how much worse it could be For example if in a case where someone was searched illegally without a warrant and bombs were found on them and directions to a big corporation Wouldnt we as people except this they are protecting us yes the search was illegal but if they had not hundreds of innocent people would loose there family and friends in an instant The government does make mistakes maybe searching someone without a warrant is wrong but if the necessity to search them at that time was great enough then yes they are protecting us In all fact yes the bill of rights are a protection One more thing the fourteenth amendment protects the people to if say Japan bombed us again under that amendment the government could not single out Japanese and hold them in camps Yes they did this before but it was out of fear Say you had four ferrets one of them bites you and you are rushed to get stitches wouldnt you hold the others or watch them more carefully even though they did not bite you The bill of rights and the fourteenth amendment are a protection of the peoples rights The first amendment helps prove the bill of rights is a protection The first amendment protects your right as a person freedom of speech religion and press are included in the first amendment In the case of Gitlow v New York the man Gitlow was charged with violating the 1902 New York
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