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Freedom of religion:

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Guadalupe Matlala

on 10 September 2012

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Transcript of Freedom of religion:

The bills of rights are part of the constitution.
The bill of rights are the first 10 amendments in the constitution. The Constitution of the United States is the supreme law of the United States of America.
It was adopted on September 17, 1787, by the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The Constitutional Convention was the place where they singed the constitution Why is freedom of religion important? What is the first amendment? Supreme Court Cases You have the right: Facts of the Case:
A member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church was fired by her employer because she refused to work on Saturday. The women claim that she was denied her right to freely exercise her religion was rejected by the lower courts.

Court's Decision:
The Supreme Court ruling a vote of 7-2 in favor of the women right to refuse work on her Sabath without her right to unemployment benefits. Was born in The Supreme Court ruled on this issue on June 5, 1985, when it rejected Alabama's
moment of silence for voluntary prayer in the public schools
The court concluded that Alabama's purpose was to "convey a message"
that the state was endorsing prayer as a "favored practice." Historical Instance of the Right Was born on February 23, 1732
He was the first President of the United States
the capital of the United States, is named after him.
He was involved in many wars like the Revolutionary War which made United States independent.
He was one of the greatest General of all time.
He was also in the Dollar Bill George Washington Wallace versus Jaffree, 83-812, 1985). you would not be able to choose which religion you want.
you would be forced to go with the religion that is given to you against your will.
refusal to practice the religion you would:
- jailed
-or worse Historically Freedom of Religion Freedom to choose any religion
Freedom to practice any religion (church)
Freedom of speech
Freedom of press Introduction Historical Religions: Legal Definition: The fundamental and organic laws and principles of a country or state that create a system of government and provides a basis against which the validity of all other laws is determined.

What it means is the Constitution is the highest law in the United States, and all 50 states follow this constitution. It creates the Congress, Presidency, and the Supreme Court. Judaism
Islam The Constitution Engel v. VItale "Congress shall make no law, respecting an establishing of religion" John Adams The Founding Fathers of the United States of America were political leaders who signing the United States Declaration of Independence
The United States Constitution has 27 amendments. Was born in October 30, 1735 and he died July 4, 1826
He was the second President of the United States from 1797-1801
One of his profession was to be a lawyer
John was against slavery
He was part of the people that wrote the bill of rights. Thomas Jefferson Was born in April 13, 1743 and he died in July 4, 1826 Case: to have prayer in school Decision: 6-1 no one could judge them not even those from other religions and government Benjamin Franklin He was the Third President of the U.S
The main author of the Declaration of independence
The first U.S Secretary of State
He was on the $2 Bill He was one of the founding fathers
Was born in January 17, 1706 and died April 17, 1790
He was the American ambassador at the time to France, in which we had receive help from them to beat back to British.
He was the one who invented the lighting rod
He was a Musician,inventor,scientist,statesman and Diplomat Etc...
He is also in the $100 Bill What are the name of the dollar bill founding father?
What is the name of the two dollar Bill founding father?
Why is amendment 1 important? Pop Quiz: How many amendments in total are in the constitution? The end
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