Rosen Verified: The Bill of Rights
Throughout much of its history, the United States of America has been considered the leader of the free world. Many of the everyday liberties people often take for granted are protected by the Constitution's Bill of Rights. From freedom of speech, guaranteed in the First Amendment, to a reasonable right to privacy, outlined in the Fourth Amendment, the first ten amendments to the Constitution are the foundation on which this country's legal system is built. Few young people are interested in constitutional law, but everyone should know their rights. This series takes a closer look at basic American freedoms, using accessible text and eye-catching graphics to keep readers interested in a complex topic.
•Explores nuanced topics in an understandable fashion
•Meets and supplements U.S. history and government curricular requirements
•Full-color images supplement textual information
•Fact boxes condense key topics into bite-sized explanations