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You pass an officer making an arrest on the street. You hear her say to the suspect, "You have the right to remain silent. If you give up the right to remain silent, anything you say can and will be used against you..." The officer's words to the suspect and reasons for them most relate to the a. First Amendment. b. Second Amendment. c. Fifth Amendment. d. Eighth Amendment.

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ea thanks did u take this class, or something?
Wait what grade r u in?
umm... I am in 8th
haha, well i promise u im good at everything else but us government...
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I do get all A's and I am in honors in math
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ok great thanks One way the Constitution safeguards individual rights is through a. the first 10 amendments, also known as the Bill of Rights. b. all 27 of the amendments, also known as the Bill of Rights. c. the first article of the document, which lists states' rights. d. the fifth article of the document, which lists states' rights.
Now, i think its a, but then all 27 is supposed ensure their rights, and the 10 isnt the only amendments in the bill of rights.
Yeah it is A
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haha thanks, so this one, i illuminated as everything but im still not sure: ARTICLE II "Each state retains its sovereignty, freedom, and independence, and every power, jurisdiction, and right, which is not by this Confederation expressly delegated to the United States, in Congress assembled."—Articles of Confederation This quote best reflects the principle of a. federalism. <---- I think a. not sure. because federalism can mean two things b. rule of law. c. natural rights. d. social contract.
1. Federalism the division of powers among local, state, and national governments 2. Federalism reserved power of the states
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oh thanks... so this one i think its either a or c. not sure exactly One way the Constitution limits individual rights is that it a. allows the legislative branch to make laws deemed necessary to maintain stability and security. b. contains a clause stating that all individual rights will be suspended during a national emergency. c. allows the judicial branch to add statements that restrict rights based on court cases. d. contains a clause stating that the president has the sole authority to restrict rights when necessary.
I would say A
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