JohnN.
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FREE MEDAL - FREE MEDAL - FREE MEDAL - FREE MEDAL 1. Who are James Madison & John Locke are and why they are important to American government. 2. What the Articles of the Constitution are (should be able to summarize what their focus is) 3. What is the Bill of Rights? Why was it created? 4. What are political parties? What are the two major political parties in the U.S.? 5. What the different types of federal aid are.
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anonymous
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Do your own homework. Just kidding :), don't you hate it when people say it. Sorry I can't help much, but... The Constitutional convention delegates wanted to ensure the government wouldn't get too strong. Americans don't like tyrants; that was the point of it all. The bill of rights does this by ensureing people certain undeniable rights. In other words, the Bill of Rights givees people rights the government can't take away, no matter how powerful they get, so they can protect people's rights. Freedom of speech and right to bear arms (though that might be gone soon) are examples.
anonymous
  • anonymous
At first, John Madison didn't support the Bill of Rights, but he did in the end. I can't remember why. He was important to the U.S. Constitution as well. Sorry I can't help you much.
JohnN.
  • JohnN.
Thanks! Do you know anything about John Locke?

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