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Constitution review

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What does the second amendment do? Right to bear arms
What Amendment gives women the right to vote? 19th
When does the president of the senate vote? When there is a tie
What is the first amendment? Freedom of speech, petition, assembly, religion, and press.
What's the purpose of the preamble? Gives power to the people, and states powers of the government it establishes.
What is the third amendment? No quartering of soldiers
Fourth amendment? No unreasonable search and seizures.
5th amendment? Protects someone from being compelled to be a witness against themselves in a criminal case.
6th amendment? Fair and speedy trial
7th amendment? Right to a trial by jury
8th amendment? No cruel and unusual punishment
9th amendment? Protects rights not stated in the constitution
10th amendment? Gives rights not given to federal government to the states
What are the first ten amendments known as? Bill of rights
What are the 6 big ideas? Limited government, federalism, separation of powers, checks and balance, popular sovereignty, and judicial review.
How many articles are there? 7
How many amendments are there? 27
What amendment changed voting age to 18? 26
What amendment deals with the election of senators? 17
What amendment freed the slaves? 13
What does the 14th amendment protect? Equal protection to former slaves
What amendment gave women the right to vote? 19
Who is the main writer of the constitution? James Madison
How many sections are there? 21
What's the purpose of the constitution? Purpose of the constitution is to set up a good government that protects the people's rights.
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