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27 Amendments Naftel

TermDefinition
1st (1st four freedoms) freedom of speech, religion, press, and assembly
2nd (bear hug) right to bear arms
3rd (threes a crowd) quartering act can only quarter soldier in times of war
4th unlawful search and seizure
5th due process
6th (6 wheeled speedy truck) right to a speedy trial
7th (hangman) right to jury trial
8th (handcuffs) no excessive bail no cruel or unusual punishment
9th Just because it is NOT in the constitution does NOT mean you do NOT have the right
10th not given to the federal government (TEN) it goes to the state
11th ONE person cannot sue ONE other state
12th (twelve grades til you graduate and go to) electoriall college
13th (civil rights stair steps) imansipation proclemation
14th (civil rights stair steps) all natural born citizens have citizenship
15th (civil rights stair steps) MEN can vote
16th (pay your taxes on the 16th) (Progressive reform) income tax
17th (progressive reform) direct election of senators
18th (progressive reform) prohibition (illegal to sell or consume alcohol)
19th (Women's suffrage) women have the right to vote
20th (duck swims in the 0) Lame duck until president is sworn in
21st repealed 18th 21 to drink
22nd (2 terms) presidential tenure
23rd (micheal Jordan 23 played for clippers) people from washington can vote
24th (pole dancers dance 24/7) poll tax
25th (if people start dying) presidential succesion
26th 18 to vote
27th congressional pay
Created by: ari2015