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First 27 Ammendment

American History - First 27 Amendments in Constitution

1st Amendment Freedom of Religion, Speech, Press, Assembly, and Petition
2nd Amendment Bearing Arms
3rd Amendment Quartering of Troops
4th Amendment Searches and Seizures
5th Amendment Criminal Proceedings; Due Process; Eminent Domain
6th Amendment Criminal Procedings
7th Amendment Civil Trials
8th Amendment Punishment for Crimes
9th Amendment Unemumerated Rights
10th Amendment Powers Reserved to the State
11th Amendment Suits against States
12th Amendment Election of President and Vice Presdient
13th Amendment Slavery and Involuntary Servitude
14th Amendment Rights of Citizens
15th Amendment Right to Vote- Race,Color, Servitude
16th Amendment Income Tax
17th Amendment Popular Election of Senators
18th Amendment Prohibition of intoxicating liquors
19th Amendment Equal Suffrage-Sex
20th Amendment Commencement of Terms;Sessions of Congress; Death or Disqualification of President - Elect
21st Amendment Repeal of 18th Amendment
22nd Ammendment Presidential Tenure
23rd Amendment Presidential Electors for the District of Columbia
24th Amendment Right to Vote in Federal Elections - Tax Payment
25th Amendment Presidential Succession, Vice Presidential Vacancy, Presidential Inability
26th Amendment Right to Vote - Age
27th Amendment Congressional Pay
Created by: DallasWilley