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One way the Constitution limits individual rights is that it allows the legislative branch to make laws deemed necessary to maintain stability and security contains a clause stating that all
individual rights will be suspended during a national emergency allows the judicial branch to add statements that restrict rights based on court cases contains a clause stating that the president has the sole authority to restrict rights when necessary
One way the Constitution limits individual rights is that it allows the judicial branch to add statements that restrict rights based on court cases.
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