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Ch. 3-2 Amend. 11-27

Amendments to the Constitution

AnswerQuestion
African-Americans The 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments apply primarily to the rights of whom?
Twenty-sixth Amendment Which amendment lowered the voting age to eighteen?
Nineteenth Amendment Which Amendment gave women the right to vote?
The vote of the people Which of the following is NOT one of the ways the Constitution has been changed informally? actions of Congress; vote of the people; political parties; judicial interpretation
seven Congress set a _________ year limit for some proposed amendments to be ratified.
By a 2/3 vote in the Senate and the House How can an amendment be proposed? A. By a 2/3 vote in the Senate and the House B. A 3/4 vote in the Senate and the House C. majority vote of the people D. all of the above
D. approval of 3/4 of the state legislatures or by approval of 3/4 of all states at a special ratifying convention How can an amendment be ratified? A. approval of 3/4 of the state legislatures B. approval of 3/4 of all states at a special ratifying convention C. 3/4 vote in the Senate and the House D. A or B only
informal changes How have most changes to the Constitution been made? A. the amendment process B. formal changes C informal changes D. A and B only
ten The Bill of Rights refers to the first ________ amendments to the Constitution.
oldest Ours is the _______________ written national constitution still in operation.
Congress proposes amendments, state legislatures ratify Which method of amending the Constitution has been most commonly used?
False True or False: The Supreme Court has the right to review all amendments before they are ratified.