according to this excerpt of the preamble, who were freedoms and rights established for?,

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The preamble of the Constitution states that America was founded on certain unalienable rights and principles. This implies, for example, that these rights are not subject to being taken away from people because they do not meet some standard or have done something wrong. Who were freedoms and rights established for? The answer is all human beings. The preamble of the Constitution states that America was founded on certain unalienable rights and principles. This implies, for example, that these rights are not subject to being taken away from people because they do not meet some standard or have done something wrong. Who were freedoms and rights established for? The answer is all human beings. Inherent in this principle is the right to life, liberty, property (to a degree), due process of law, petitioning government for grievances without fear of retribution; freedom from slavery and discrimination based on religion; among others such as voting representation in federal elections with one person per vote while under 18 years old.” “Who were freedoms and rights established for?” According to this excerpt

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