How Does the Bill of Rights Affect Me Today?

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The Bill of Rights is a social institution. It will affect you because social institutions have a long-reaching effect. But what is more important is the lesson behind the Bill of Rights. A lesson affects you, but it also invites you to affect others. And having a firm understanding of the Bill of Rights, its implications and its failures (particularly in its execution), will help you breathe life into it, making it live up to the notion of it being a living document.
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