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Bill of Rights

The U.S. Amendments

DescriptionAmendment
Freedom of Religion 1
Freedom of Speech 1
Freedom of the Press 1
Freedom to Peacefully Assemble 1
Freedom to Petition the Government for Change 1
Right to Bear Arms 2
Quartering of Soldiers 3
Unreasonable Searches and Seizures 4
Double Jeopardy 5
Can't be a Witness Against Yourself 5
Eminent Domain 5
Speedy Public Trial 6
Informed of the Charges 6
Right to a Lawyer 6
Right of Trial by Jury 7
No Excessive Bail or Fines 8
No Cruel or Unusual Punishment 8
The People Have More Rights than are Listed 9
Rights of the People and States 10
Lawsuits Against Another State 11
President has own V.P. 12
African Americans are citizens 13
Citizenship is protected for all people 14
Vote for all males no matter the race 15
Income Tax 16
Direct Election of Senators 17
Prohibition of Alcohol 18
Women's Suffrage 19
Lame Duck Period 20
Repealed Prohibition 21
Limits the President to two terms 22
Suffrage for D.C. 23
Abolition of the Poll Tax 24
Presidential Succession 25
18 year olds get the right to vote 26
Limits on Congressional Pay Raises 27
Created by: 18hamsherc