Whose Rights?

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Chris Taul English 41, MWF 11:00 Professor Koester March 16, 1998 Whose Rights? More than two hundred years ago, the founders of the United States of America successfully defeated the British in the Revolutionary War. Many fought and died to achieve freedom from the excesses of the Crown. The event that best illustrated our independence was the drafting of the Constitution of the United States. It was the document that contained the plan for this nation's future. It provided …

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