This Constitution Day, John Stossel asks: what’s the most important part of the 230-year-old document?
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Many people we asked in New York couldn’t name a single right.
Parts of the Constitution are hard to read. But they’re still important! John Stossel goes through some of the most important ones, like:
— The right to free speech
— The right of the people to bear arms,
— The guarantee of trial by jury
— The 13th amendment, which outlawed slavery
Stossel also asks liberty-supporting people like Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah), Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.), and Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) for their picks.
Produced by Maxim Lott. Edited by Joshua Swain.