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Amendments 11-27

lawsuits against the states- If a citizen of another state sues another state it is not federal 11
President and Vice President on same ballot- President and Vice President on same ballot 12
Slaves were free- ended slavery 13
Full citizenship was given to freed African Americans- all people who are natural born or naturalized gain citizenship no matter what race 14
Right to vote- Everyone could now vote, except women 15
Income Taxes- Gave the federal government the right to tax peoples wages 16
Direct election of senators- the people of the state choose their senator 17
Prohibition of alcohol- outlawed manufacture, transportation and consumption of all alcoholic beverages 18
Womens suffrage- women could now vote 19
Lame Duck- Shortened time period between elections and when officials are replaced 20
Repealed amendment 18 - allowed the manufacture, transportation and consumption of alcholic beverages 21
limit the president to 2 terms- President can only serve 2 terms of 4 years 22
suffrage for DC- washington is given the right to vote for president 23
abolition of poll tax- took away the tax to vote 24
presidential succession- if something happens to the president the list and order of who will then be incharge 25
18 years old to vote- lowered age from 21 to 18 26
limits on congressional pay raises- congress can not vote to give themselves a raise 27
Created by: 18millera