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Amendments 11-27

QuestionAnswer
11th Amendment Places Limits on Suits against States
12th Amendment Revises procedure for electing the President and Vice President
13th Amendment Abolishes Slavery
14th Amendment Defines United States citizenship; guarantees all citizens "equal protection of the laws"
15th Amendment Prohibits restrictions on the right to vote based on race and color
16th Amendment Gives Congress the power to levy an income tax
17th Amendment Enables voters to elect senators directly
18th Amendment Prohibits making, drinking, or selling alcoholic beverages (Prohibition)
19th Amendment Gives Women the right to vote
20th Amendment Changes the dates of congressional and presidential terms
21st Amendment Repeals Prohibition (18th Amendment)
22nd Amendment Limits Presidents to two terms in office
23rd Amendment Gives residents of the District of Colombia the right to vote
24th Amendment Abolishes Poll Taxes
25th Amendment Establishes procedures for succession to the presidency
26th Amendment Sets voting age at 18
27th Amendment Delays congressional pay raises until the term following their passage
Created by: BradyPa