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The First Amendment was written because at America's inception, citizens demanded a guarantee of their basic freedoms. The First Amendment protects the five basic freedoms that are essential to the American way of life. These freedoms are: the freedom of speech, the freedom of press, the freedom of assembly, the freedom of petition, and the freedom of religion. Freedom of speech allows you to say what is on your mind, in public or private places, without fear of getting punished. For example, if we go back to the 1960’s Martin Luther King Jr. had his free speech by talking to the public on racism and that African American’s should have the same rights as Caucasians, etc. he wouldn’t be able to do this if the first amendment hadn’t been created. Freedom of press allows people to express themselves in print such as books, newspapers, magazines, radio, television, and computer net works. Freedom of assembly protects our right to assemble in groups for any reason as long as the groups are peaceful. Also we have the right to attend meetings, parades, political rallies, and public celebrations, and also protects our right to join organizations. Freedom to petition which means a formal request, guarantees all Americans the right to petition the government. This means that we have the right to express our ideas to the government. An example of this I would say would be being able to vote for who we as the people of the United States think our president should be during the presidential campaign. Freedom of religion prohibits congress from establishing an official religion in the United States and separation of church and state. This amendment also guarantees the right to practice religion as they wish, and the government will not favor one religion over another. The reason why I chose this amendment to write about because affects me the most and is very important to me. This amendment is important because without it the United States... Show More

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