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In what way does the Bill of Rights protect individuals’ freedom to engage in business activities? A. It recognizes property rights. B. It denies the government the ability to regulate
commerce. C. It provides free contracts. D. It provides each industry with a competitive edge.
The Bill of Rights protect individuals’ freedom to engage in business activities because: A. It recognizes property rights.
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