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Constitution Center: Bill of Rights Game

Here’s your chance to show off your knowledge about the Bill of Rights and help the small town of Freeville at the same time.
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Here’s your chance to show off your knowledge about the Bill of Rights and help the small town of Freeville at the same time. As you know, the first ten amendments to the Constitution are referred to as the Bill of Rights. These amendments were offered primarily by James Madison and George Mason to protect individual rights. The game is easy to play. If you have trouble, click on the help button for more information. When you make a correct choice, there is a description of the appropriate amendment that explains why your answer was correct. If you make an incorrect choice, you can try again.

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