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US Constitution

Articles and Amendments

Article 1 Gives legislative rules. Sets congress up.
Article 2 Gives executive rules.
Article 3 Gives judicial rules.
Article 4 States' powers and limits, including extraversion.
Article 5 Amendmants can be made by congress through 3/4 ratification or through a national convention.
Article 6 Federal Powers
Article 7 Ratification Conditions
Amendment 1 Freedom of religion, speech, the press, to petition, and to assemble
Amendment 2 The right to bear arms
Amendment 3 No quartering soldiers
Amendment 4 No unreasonable searches, seizures
Amendment 5 indictments; due process; self-incrimination; double jeopardy; eminent domain
Amendment 6 Right to counsel and fair trial
Amendment 7 Right to trial by jury, civil cases
Amendment 8 No excessive bail, fines, or cruel punishment
Amendment 9 Unenumerated rights of the people
Amendment 10 Rights reserved to states
Amendment 11 Immunity of states from out-of-states citizens
Amendment 12 Revision of presidential election procedures
Amendment 13 Abolition of slavery
Amendment 14 Citizenship offered to all; denies public office to rebels against the US
Amendment 15 Suffrage for all males
Amendment 16 Allows federal income tax
Amendment 17 Direct election to US senate
Amendment 18 Prohibition.
Amendment 19 Women's suffrage
Amendment 20 Term commencement for president moved to Jan. 20A.K.A. "lame duck" amendment
Amendment 21 Repeals prohibition.
Amendment 22 Limits president to two terms.
Amendment 23 Washington D.C. now gets electoral college votes
Amendment 24 Prohibition of restriction of voting rights if you can't pay poll taxes
Amendment 25 Presidential Succession
Amendment 26 Voting age established as 18
Amendment 27 Congress doesn't get pay raises until the term after they pass a bill saying they do.
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