Many Americans are surprised to learn that not all of the provisions of the Bill of Rights are applied against states, as they are to the federal government.
It took the 14th Amendment, ratified in 1868, and hard work that is still underway, to apply or “incorporate” the Bill of Rights, one by one, to the states.
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