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compare the constitution of 1824 with the us constitution in terms of individual rights, religion, power of the president, and the right to posses firearms. This is an essay question. I can't find any similar questions to this on here. Can someone help please?

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  1. Read each constitution, taking notes on individual rights, religion, power of the president, and the right to posses firearms.

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