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What is the significance of the Bill of Rights?

The Bill of Rights was the first instance of establishing a representative democracy.
The amendments constitute the government’s recognition of naturally occurring rights and liberties.
The amendments proved that the notions long held by the Catholic Church were provided by divine right.
The passage of the Bill of Rights marked the first instance of states having power over the federal government.

I believe it is B.

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  1. Definitely, B.

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  2. B, was wrong

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  3. B is right! Just put it in my test and got it right. The amendments constitute the government’s recognition of naturally occurring rights and liberties. That one is correct

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