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15 October, 21:08

Key privileges included in both the English Bill of Rights and the US Bill of Rights include protection against unusual punishment and the right to trial by jury.

the rights to bear arms and to enact legislation after debate.

the rights to equal taxation and to trial by jury.

protection against unusual punishment and the right to suspend laws.

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  1. 15 October, 22:16
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    The correct answer is A. Protection against unusual punishment and the right to trial by jury.

    Explanation:

    Both the US Bill of Rights and the English Bills of Rights guaranteed basic rights. The English Bill of Rights was approved in 1689, limited the power of monarchs, and provided citizens some protection; this included the right against unusual punishment, the right to be judged according to law, and the right to be represented.

    On the other hand, the US Bill of Rights approved in 1789 defined government, and guaranteed rights to the citizens. This also included protection against unusual or cruel punishment and the right of a fair trial. Also, this document included other rights such as the right to bear arms and the protection against unfair seizures. Thus, the common rights in both documents are "Protection against unusual punishment and the right to trial by jury".
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