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Section 8 EOC Review

Amendments to the US Constitution

AmendmentKey Words
1st freedom of speech, press, religion
2nd right to bear arms
3rd no quartering of soldiers
4th must have warrant to search
5th Self incrimination (don't have to tell on yourself)
6th right to a speedy trial or lawyer
7th right to a jury trial
8th no cruel or unusual punishment
9th rights not listed in the constitution do exist
10th any right not listed in the constitution are up to the states
11th prohibits citizens of one state or foreign country from suing another state
12th separation of the president and vice president onto two different ballots
13th abolishes slavery
14th citizenship, due process, equal protection
15th This amendment granted black men the right to vote
16th Federal Income tax
17th Direct election of senators
18th Prohibition
19th Women's Suffarage
20th Presidential term statrts January 20th
21st repeals prohibition
22nd two terms for president
23rd District of Columbia - people can vote for president
24th ends poll taxes
25th succession President ---- Vice President----Speaker of the House of Representatives
26th Voting age 18
27th Congressional pay raises can't go into effect until after the next congressional election
Created by: Hinson Civics