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the bill of rights is a document that...
a. was added to the constitution to protect citizens' right.
b. was used to limit the powers of state government.
c. outlined the rights of the federal government.
d. stated the ways citizens can participate in government.

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  1. is there website that can help or something

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  2. http://www.historyforkids.org/learn/northamerica/after1500/government/billofrights.htm#!

  3. http://www.americanusconstitution.com/billofrights.html

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