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The middle of the document Why was his plan rejected and what impact did that have on constitutional law Today we also venerate the first ten amendments as the Bill of Rights but many Supreme Court opinions say that only the first eight or first nine amendments Why was that and why did that change The Bill of Rights that emerges from Magliocca's fresh historical examination is a living text that means something different for each generation and reflects the great ideas of the Constitution individual freedom democracy states' rights judicial review and national power in time of crisi.
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