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Amendments

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TermDefinition
1st Freedoms of: speech, religion, protest, and assemble
2nd Right to have guns, form a militia
3rd No soldiers in people's homes during peace time
4th You cannot be searched without a warrant, police must have probable cause to search people
5th a grand jury must indictment for serious crimes, due process of the law, double jeopardy, and people don't have to testify against themselves.
6th right to a lawyer, fast and fair trail, right to face accuser, right to have witnesses
7th right to a jury
8th no excessive fines or bail, no cruel or unusual punishment
10th The federal government possesses only those powers delegated to it by the states or the people through the Constitution.
13th abolishes slavery
14th Defines citizenship the Due Process Clause, the Equal Protection Clause
15th All men have the right to vote regardless of race, color or if person was a former slave.
16th Congress can levy an income tax
17th The people vote for United States Senators
18th The sale, transport and manufacture of alcohol is banned.
19th Women can vote
Bill of Rights the first 10 Amendments, they guarantee individual rights
Reconstruction Amendments 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments-After the Civil War
Progressive Amendments 16th, 17th and 18th amendments-during the Progressive Era