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Amendments 11 -27

U.S. History

QuestionAnswer
Amendment 11 How lawsuits against the state are handled
Amendment 12 one ballot for the election of President and Vice Presiden
Amendment 13 Abolition (end) of Slavery
Amendment 14 extended citizenship to all people born in the US and guaranteed due process for all
Amendment 15 granted suffrage (right to vote) to African American males
Amendment 16 created Income Tax (gave the government the ability to tax individuals' income
Amendment 17 changed how Senators are elected (Senators are now elected by the people of that state)
Amendment 18 Prohibition, made alcohol illegal
Amendment 19 Women's Suffrage (right to vote)
Amendment 20 moved President's inauguration to Jan. 20th
Amendment 21 Repeal of Prohibition, legal to produce, manufacture, sell and drink alcohol again
Amendment 22 President can only be Elected for two terms
Amendment 23 extended suffrage to Washington DC residents
Amendment 24 outlawed poll taxes
Amendment 25 states the procedures in case of Presidential succession and disability
Amendment 26 Voting Age (suffrage) Moved to 18
Amendment 27 Forbids Congress Giving Itself a Pay Raise Mid-Term
Created by: mshellabarger