Why does the U. S. Constitution include the Bill of Rights? A. U. S. leaders wanted a separate document for constitutional amendments. B. The Bill of Rights explains the purpose of the U. S. Constitution. C. The founding fathers want to guarantee citizens certain freedoms. D. Many leaders wanted a document that stated the government's rights.

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  1. Danelly
    The bill of rights was to state individuals rights so the answer would be "C. The founding fathers wanted to guarantee citizens certain freedoms"
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