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Constitutional Sound Bites, Volume Three: The Bill of Rights David Shestokas

Constitutional Sound Bites, Volume Three: The Bill of Rights

David Shestokas

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This Third Volume of Constitutional Sound Bites concentrates on the Bill of Rights. Americans file thousands of lawsuits every year to defend their constitutional rights. The only way for a citizen to know if a right has been violated is to be awareMoreThis Third Volume of Constitutional Sound Bites concentrates on the Bill of Rights. Americans file thousands of lawsuits every year to defend their constitutional rights. The only way for a citizen to know if a right has been violated is to be aware the right exists. The goal of Constitutional Sound Bites Volume Three is to increase that awareness. Reading the Constitution gets off to a wonderful start with the Preamble’s soaring statement of purpose. After that much of it reads like a technical legal document, which it is. It becomes more meaningful when you look for the goals to be achieved with separation of powers, American Federalism or republican principles. This is equally true when considering the Bill of Rights. The first ten amendments are pieces of the jigsaw puzzle that fit together with the unamended Constitution to meet the goals of the Preamble. This Volume, points out the puzzle pieces in the Bill of Rights to help see how different aspects of the Constitution fit together to reveal a limited government intended to provide maximum freedom.