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CSPAN
Jan 8, 2017 9:15pm EST
were at the constitutional convention who were present at the end -- when suggested by george mason that we needed during t freedom of the press, we took a vote. mr. mason said he would second emotion. mr. macon -- tend to nothing. not just i, but many others felt we had not taken any rights away did people and therefore we not need to enumerate and guarantee any of them. >> mr. jefferson, i am concerned you are getting a little heated, i do not want a duel to break out. >> you have no worries about my entering into a duel. [laughter] >> madam, i would not challenge anybody. i will challenge ideas. one of the fears of having a bill of rights and one of the rationalizations, as mr. hamilton has articulated, is we are not taking away rights. rights -- weg your did not put any of those in the constitution explicitly. [indiscernible] it is better to have a half a loaf the no bread at all. i'm afraid that a government so scarcely sketched out as ours is will follow the direction of every government in existence, which is to take more and more power to itself. consolidating that power in
CSPAN
Feb 4, 2017 8:40am EST
the constitutional convention present at the end when mason that george we needed to guarantee freedom we took a vote. it was defeated 10-0. taken lt that we had not any rights away from people and and dn't need to enumerate guarantee any of them. >> mr. jefferson, i'm a little concerned. a little heated. i don't want a duel to break up. > no worries about my entering into a duel. mr. hamilton's choices are completely his own. well -- but -- >> i will not challenge anybody in that way. your ld you explain challenges? >> i will though challenge ideas. one of the ideas is that they taking away arights. press ght to freedom of and speech and to petition the government. we did not put those in the constitution as rights that given explicitly to your government. of efore, why have a bill rights? you cannot list all -- i say have half a loaf than no bread at all. that a government so ours is sketched out as will follow the direction of every government which is to more and more power to itself. consolidating that power, an powerful government and taking those rights from the people.
CSPAN
Jan 28, 2017 5:30pm EST
suggested by george mason that we needed to guarantee freedom of the press, we took a vote. mason said he would not propose it, but he would second such a motion. it was proposed and mr. mason seconded it and it was defeated 10 to nothing. not just i, but many others felt we had not taken any rights away from people and therefore we did not need to enumerate and guarantee any of them. anna: mr. jefferson, i am a little concerned you are getting heated and i do not want a dual -- duel to break out. mr. jefferson: you have no worries about my entering into a duel. [laughter] i would not challenge anybody in that way. anna: explain your challenges. mr. jefferson: i will challenge ideas. one of the fears of having a bill of rights was, and one of the rationalizations, was that we were not taking away the rights and your freedom of press and speech and to assemble -- we do not put those in the constitution as rights that you have given explicitly to your government, that you have given away. therefore, why have a bill of rights? you cannot list all of the rights. i say it is better to have
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