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The First Amendment of the United States’ Constitution protects the rights of citizens to protest, allowing free speech, peaceable assembly, and petition. These rights have been enjoyed and challenged over time. They are often used when people feel that their other rights are being taken from them. Time and time again, there have been examples of people taking these actions to protect their rights and the rights of others.

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Stamp Act

Camp William Penn

 

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