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4C Constitution

Bill of Rights and the remaining amendments

First Amendment Free Speech; Freedom of Religion; Freedom to petition the government; Freedom of the Press
Second Amendment Right to Bear Arms
Third Amendment No quartering troops in peacetime
Fourth Amendment No unreasonable search and seizure
Fifth Amendment Rights of Criminal Defendants: Jury trial, No Double Jeopardy, Freedom from self-incrimination
Sixth Amendment Speedy, public trials
Seventh Amendment Civil Trial by jury
Eighth Amendment No cruel or unusual punishment
Ninth Amendment Right to privacy
Tenth Amendment Powers reserved to the states
Bill of Rights The first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution
Civil War Amendments 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments
Thirteenth Amendment No slavery
Fourteenth Amendment Citizenship; Equal Protection; Due Process
Fifteenth Amendment All men can vote (black and white)
Eighteenth Amendment Prohibition (no alcohol)
Nineteenth Amendment Women's Suffrage (right to vote)
Twenty-first Amendment Repeal of Prohibition
Twenty-second Amendment President can only serve two terms
Twenty-sixth Amendment 18-year olds can vote
Twelfth Amendment Presidential electors vote for president and vice-president in separate ballots (to avoid Adams/Jefferson conflict)