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Which of these rights does the First Amendment guarantee? A. the right to bar soldiers from occupying one's home B. the right to purchase a gun for protection or hunting C. the right
to write an article that criticizes the government D. the right to remain silent while being arrested for a crime
C. the right to write an article that criticizes the government
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User: Which of these rights does the First Amendment guarantee? A. the right to bar soldiers from occupying one's home B. the right to purchase a gun for protection or hunting C. the right to write an article that criticizes the government D. the right to remain silent while being arrested for a crime

Weegy: C. the right to write an article that criticizes the government
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User: Ninth Amendment “The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.” What was one of the main reasons for adding the Ninth Amendment to the Constitution? A. to make sure the Bill of Rights is always upheld B. to make sure Congress does not abuse its power C. to guarantee that checks and balances are always enforced D. to guarantee fundamental rights not listed would still be protected

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