Blessings of Liberty: Safeguarding Civil Rights
Discusses various civil rights enjoyed by American citizens and insured by the Constitution, Bill of Rights, and state constitutions, including the freedom of religion, the right to due process, and equality under the law.
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Chapter One What Are Civil Rights?
Chapter Three Freedom of Religion
Chapter Five Freedom of the Press
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