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Bill of Rights

Amendment review

QuestionAnswer
Freedom of Religion First Amendment
Freedom of Assembly First Amendment
Freedom of Speech First Amendment
Freedom of the Press First Amendment
Freedom of Petition First Amendment
Right to bear arms Second Amendment
No Quartering of Troops During Peacetime Third Amendment
No Illegal Search and Seizure Fourth Amendment
No Double Jeopardy Fifth Amendment
No Self-Incrimination Fifth Amendment
Speedy/Fair/Jury Trial in Criminal Cases Sixth Amendement
Jury Trial in Civil Cases Seventh Amendment
No cruel and unusual punishments Eigth Amendment
Rights reserved to the people Ninth Amendment
Rights reserved to the states Tenth Amendment
President elected to only two terms 22nd Amendment
Direct election of senators 17th Amendment
Graduated Income Tax 16th Amendment
Abolition of Slavery 13th Amendment
Citizenship given to Slaves 14th Amendment
African American Suffrage 15th Amendment
Prohibition 18th Amendment
Repeal of Prohibition 21st Amendment
No Poll Tax 24th Amendment
18 Year Olds Can Vote 26th Amendment
Limits on Congressional Salaries 27th Amendment
President & Vice President on Same Ticket 12th Amendment
Women's Suffrage 19th Amendment
Created by: ltrudeau