Which answer best matches a complaint outlined in the Declaration of Independence which was later adopted as one of the amendments in the Bill of Rights? The right to fair trade The right to bear arms The right to a fair trial The right to not be unduly taxed
am i right with B?
Well the 1st one is saying more likely boycott, which now that I think of it a lot of people did not like that (back then anyway) I think it A but then B is saying the right to bear arms, I don't see anything wrong with that nor why people would complain? C, that's saying that you can have a fair trial like you can plead the 5th, you can go on speed trial, etc. and D; I don't see why people wouldn't like that one, that's saying that if they thought they were being taxed for an unwanted reason they wouldn't have to pay it the time.
so what do you think is best to pick here?
I want to say A, but the boycott was bad for the British... But I would go for that or a speedy trial. Speedy Trial is IN the DOI so maybe that one.
@questioncovebot what do you say?
Yes, because the boycott was only bad for the British, I think its a speedy trial.
soo the answer is...?
C, I am pretty sure =)
Sorry, this took some time.
ive looked at it at B and it shows complaint outlines in the Declaration of Independence that was later adopted as the second amendment in the Bill of Rights which means that it is correct
So it's B?
Oh, okay sorry.
Good job tho!
Well; A.) This says the people have fair trade, no complaints. B.) This is still and issue today, as it was then. C.) This is not an issue and was solved with one of the amendments. D.) This isn't an issue as people sometime can't pay for taxes, so an amendment was made/amended for this purpose. So yes B.
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