I find this sentence from the online Merriam-Webster dictionary:
everyone's right to dissent … is due the full protection of the Constitution
I'm a bit confused by the structure of the sentence. I think a 'to' after 'due' is missed. If so, the sentence means 'everyone's right to dissent comes from the Constitution'. If not, then what is 'due' here?
I don't understand why there is a noun 'full protection of the Constitution' following 'due' directly. More precisely, what is the grammar for a structure like subject + be + adjective + 'the' + noun?