Bill Of Rights Controversy

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The Bill of Rights protects the innocent and even the guilty from the horrors of anarchy. “When unlimited and unrestricted by individual rights, a government is man 's deadliest enemy. As much as government would affect the people, it 's own residents would endanger the weak and innocent. It is protection against private actions, but also against governmental actions that the Bill of Rights was written”(Rand). The anarchy would be the downfall of the United States of America as we know it. Murderers and savages would walk the same streets your children would. Would you like the roads to be painted red with your children 's crimson blood? The government would be in ruins and other countries would try to conquer the bits and pieces of the
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