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IOC4 Module 14

US Constitution, Bill of Rights, Amendments 11-27

Legislative Power Article I
Executive Power Article II
Judicial Power Article III
States powers and limits Article IV
Amendments to the constitution Article V
Federal power and national debt Article VI
Ratification Article VII
Name for the collection of the first 10 amendments to the constitution. Added in 1971. Bill of rights
Establishment Clause, Free Exercise Clause; freedom of speech, of the press, and of assembly; right to petition. 1st amendment
Right to keep and bear arms. 2nd amendment
Protection from quartering of troops. 3rd amendment
Protection from unreasonable search and seizure. 4th amendment
due process, double jeopardy, self-incrimination, eminent domain. 5th amendment
Trial by jury and rights of the accused; Confrontation Clause, speedy trial, public trial, right to counsel 6th amendment
Civil trial by jury. 7th amendment
Prohibition of excessive bail and cruel and unusual punishment. 8th amendment
Protection of rights not specifically enumerated in the Bill of Rights. 9th amendment
Powers of states and people. 10th amendment
rifies judicial power over foreign nationals, and limits ability of citizens to sue states in federal courts and under federal law. 11th amendment
Changes the method of presidential elections so that members of the Electoral College cast separate ballots for president and vice president. 12th amendment
Abolishes slavery and grants Congress power to enforce abolition. 13th amendment
Defines a set of guarantees for United States citizenship; prohibits states from abridging citizens' privileges or immunities and rights to due process and the equal protection of the law; repeals the 3/5 compromise. 14th amendment
Forbids the federal government and the states from using a citizen's race, color, or previous status as a slave as a qualification for voting. 15th amendment
Authorizes unapportioned federal taxes on income. 16th amendment
Establishes direct election of senators 17th amendment
Prohibited the manufacturing, importing, and exporting of alcoholic beverages. 18th amendment
Prohibits the federal government and the states from forbidding any citizen to vote due to their sex. 19th amendment
Changes details of Congressional and presidential terms and of presidential succession. 20th amendment
Repeals Eighteenth Amendment. Permits states to prohibit the importation of alcoholic beverages. 21st amendment
Limits president to two terms. 22nd amendment
Grants presidential electors to the District of Columbia. 23rd amendment
Prohibits the federal government and the states from requiring the payment of a tax as a qualification for voting for federal officials. 24th amendment
Changes details of presidential succession, provides for temporary removal of president, and provides for replacement of the vice president. 25th amendment
Prohibits the federal government and the states from forbidding any citizen of age 18 or greater to vote on account of their age. 26th amendment
Limits congressional pay raises. 27th amendment
Created by: AaronHamilton