Our View: Bill of Rights keeps spirit alive
For more than 200 years, the Bill of Rights has kept the spirit of the American Revolution alive.
Saturday will mark 221 years since the first 10 amendments to the Constitution of the United States went into effect in 1791.
The U.S. Constitution, which took effect in 1789, lays the framework for how our government still works today, but the Bill of Rights goes further: It lays out our country’s bedrock values in the rights it guarantees to the people.
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