First Amendment Everyday Rights

The First Amendment protects and maintains democracy, making it one of the most important amendments.  According to Penn Today: 73% of Americans named the freedom of speech, 47% named the freedom of religion, 42% named the freedom of press, 34% named the right of assembly, and 14% named the right to petition the government. This is a drastic percentage incline from 2017. The founding fathers demanded that these five freedoms were protected before signing the Constitution, which then created the First Amendment.

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