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Amendments Review
HOW DO WE REMEMBER ALL THESE
AMENDMENTS??
1st Amendment
 Freedom of
Religion
Speech
Press
Assembly
Petition
2nd Amendment
 Right to
bear arms
3rd Amendment
 Government can not force
you to QUARTER (shelter)
TROOPS
4th Amendment
 Protection from
search and seizures
without warrant
5th Amendment
 Due process
 double jeopardy
 self- incrimination
 eminent domain
6th Amendment
 speedy trial
 trial by jury
 right to counsel (a
lawyer)
 Miranda v. Arizona
 RIGHTS OF ACCUSED
7th amendment
 Civil trial by Jury
8th Amendment
 excessive bail
 cruel and unusual
punishment
9th Amendment
 Unenumerated
Rights
10th Amendment
 Left to the states or the people
13th – 14th – 15th
Rights of African Americans after Civil War
1st have to abolish slavery – 13th
(13 bad # = slavery bad)
2nd have to give citizenship – 14th
once you are citizen then you can vote 15th
13 – abolish slavery
14 – citizenship
15 – voting rights
16th – 17th – 18th – 19th
WE SHOULD TAX SENATORS
FOR DRINKING WITH WOMEN
16th – Income Tax
17th – Direct elections of senators
18th – Prohibition of Alcohol (no drinks at 18)
19th – Women’s suffrage (right to vote)
21st - repealed 18th (yes drink at 21)
22nd
24th
26th
22nd – 2 terms for president
24th – No POLL tax (poll has 4 letters)
26th – voting age to 18 – if old enough
to fight (Vietnam)– old enough to vote
(draft was from ages 18-26)
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