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Stack #90621

Amendment I (1) Protected free speech and religion, among others.
Amendment II (2) Right to bear arms.
Amendment III (3) Banned the quartering of troops in peacetime.
Amendment IV (4) Established the right of privacy.
Amendment V (5) Protected against self-discrimination.
Amendment VI (6) Right to a speedy trial.
Amendment VIII (8) No excessive bail allowed, no cruel or unusual punishment.
Amendment X (10) Rights reserved for states or people.
Amendment XII (12) Separate electoral vote for President and VP.
Amendment XIII (13) Banned Slavery.
Amendment XIV (14) Provided for equal protection and made blacks citizens.
Amendment XV (15) Provided suffrage for black males.
Amendment XVI (16) Made income tax constitutional.
Amendment XVII (17) Established direct election of senators.
Amendment XVIII (18) Prohibition
Amendment XIX (19) Gave women the right to vote.
Amendment XX (20) Reduced the lame duck period.
Amendment XXI (21) Repealed Prohibition
Amendment XXII (22) Limited number of terms a president can serve.
Amendment XXIII (23) Granted Washington, DC. electoral votes.
Amendment XXIV (24) Eliminated the poll tax.
Amendment XXV (25) Presidential succession.
Amendment XXVI (26) Allowed 18-year-olds to vote.
Created by: mclaiborne