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Civics & Economics Honors

1st Amendment Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition.
2nd Amendment right to bear arms
3rd Amendment no quartering soldiers
4th Amendment no unreasonable searches or seizers
5th Amendment rights of the accused: - don't have to testify against yourself - no double jeopardy - right to remain silent
6th Amendment - right to a speedy, public trial - accused will know what they are being charged with - accused can have a lawyer
7th Amendment trial by jury in civil cases
8th Amendment no cruel or unusual punishment
9th Amendment citizens have other rights along with the ones written in the constitution.
10th Amendment any powers not specifically assigned to the federal government, belong to the states/people.
13th Amendment abolished slavery
14th Amendment anyone born in the US is an american citizen
15th Amendment gave all citizens the right to vote
17th Amendment senators will be elected by the people
18th Amendment prohibition = no alcohol
19th Amendment people of all genders can vote
21st Amendment repeal of prohibition
23rd Amendment DC gets (3) electoral votes
24th Amendment abolition of poll taxes
26th Amendment lowered voting age to 18
Created by: CarsynLynn