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AP Government

exam review

QuestionAnswer
Four rights. AKA: Speech, religion, press, assemble First Amendment
Right to bear arms 2nd Amendment
No quartering of soldiers 3rd Amendment
Prohibit search and seizure without search warrant 4th Amendment
Right to a speedy trial by jury 6th Amendment
confront the accuser 6th Amendment
Due process 5th Amendment
Prevents Double Jeopardy 5th Amendment
eminent domain 5th Amendment
prohibits self-incrimination 5th Amendment
trail by jury 7th Amendment
cruel and unusual punishment 8th Amendment
Rights of the state 9th Amendment
limits power of federal government 10th Amendment
Don't need to know this one 11th Amendment
Presidential election procedures 12th Amendment
Abolishes of slavery 13th Amendment
Gives Citizenship to African Americans 14th Amendment
Right to vote for African American males 15th Amendment
Income tax 16th Amendment
Direct election of senators 17th Amendment
Prohibition 18th Amendment
Woman's suffrage 19th Amendment
lame duck 20th Amendment
repeals prohibition 21st Amendment
Limits president to 2 terms 22nd Amendment
Representation in Washington DC 23rd Amendment
ends poll taxes 24th Amendment
process of presidental succession 25th Amendment
18 year olds' can vote 26th Amendment
salary raise for congress next election 27th Amendment
Created by: evance