The Bill of Rights is technically part of the Constitution, but it’s character is different enough to be thought of as a separate document. If the Constitution describes how the government works in technical ways, the Bill of Rights describes how the government should relate to the governed; it describes the character of the United States government.
- The Bill of Rights at the National Archives – The text of the Bill of Rights online, including essays, articles, and high resolution images of the original document.
- Project Gutenberg e-Text – Portable electronic versions of the Bill of Rights.
- Bill of Rights Defense Committee – The BORDC’s mission is to organize and support an effective, national grassroots movement to restore civil liberties guaranteed by the Bill of Rights.
- Interactive Bill of Rights – From the National Constitution Center.