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AMENDMENTS

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Becky McDougall

on 22 February 2015

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Transcript of AMENDMENTS

Rebecca
McDougall
Period 3
Civics
.
.
IN
AMENDMENTS
ACTION
THE 25 AMENDMENTS
AMENDMENT 1
AMENDMENT 2
AMENDMENT 3
AMENDMENT 4
AMENDMENT 5
AMENDMENT 6
AMENDMENT 7
AMENDMENT 8
AMENDMENT 9
AMENDMENT 10
AMENDMENT 11
AMENDMENT 12
AMENDMENT 13
AMENDMENT 14
AMENDMENT 15
AMENDMENT 16
AMENDMENT 17
AMENDMENT 18
AMENDMENT 19
AMENDMENT 20
AMENDMENT 21
AMENDMENT 22 AMENDMENT 23 AMENDMENT 24 AMENDMENT 25
AMENDMENT 1
WHAT
ARE
THE
5
FREEDOMS
SPEECH
ASSEMBLY
PRESS
RELIGION
PETITION
AMENDMENT 2
RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS
EVERY CITIZEN HAS THE RIGHT TO OWN A FIREARM WITH A LEGAL PERMIT
PRESS PLAY
AMENDMENT 3
YOU ARE NOT FORCED TO QUARTER OR HOUSE TROOPS
AMENDMENT 4
ILLEGAL SEARCH AND ARREST WITHOUT A WARRANT
AMENDMENT 5
AMENDMENT 6
AMENDMENT 7
AMENDMENT 8
AMENDMENT 9
AMENDMENT 10
AMENDMENT 11
AMENDMENT 12
AMENDMENT 13
AMENDMENT 14
AMENDMENT 15
AMENDMENT 16
AMENDMENT 17
AMENDMENT 18
AMENDMENT 21
AMENDMENT 20
AMENDMENT 19
AMENDMENT 22
AMENDMENT 23
AMENDMENT 24
AMENDMENT 25
This amendment has a lot of parts. Here they are in pictures
Right to a lawyer and a speedy trial
Right to a trial by jury with civil cases $20 or more
Why is everybody fighting over me
No cruel or unusual punishment for any crimes that shall be sentenced to death
RIGHTS FOR THE PEOPLES!!!!!
The states have the right to set their own laws.
You cannot sue the state itself
Supreme Court case of Lochner vs New York over economic regulations and getting fined over letting a worker work longer than acceptable hours
President can be elected with majority votes by electoral college. If indecisive, House of Representatives steps in and chooses with majority
Watch This Video
Elections and results
Establishes separate ballots for president and vice president
This amendment abolished slavery
Although the amendment was almost being ignored in 1911 with Bailey vs Alabama
in 1863
Equal rights to all
Any person of any racial background or heritage has the right to vote
Except women
YET
Congress has the power to place and collect taxes
The senate must ave at least two representatives from each state
Prohibition of alcohol
This is how it used to be
Then it went like this
Then riots broke out like this
Women's suffrage!!!
Which sounds absolutely horrible but it isn't. It means women's right to vote
This Amendment is about the lame duck clause
The End of the Prohibition
Remember This
IT ALL ENDS LIKE THIS
Limits the amount of terms a president can serve to only two terms of four years
Grants Washington D.C. Presidential Electors
PAY NO POLL TAX
NOBODY WAS VOTING BECAUSE THEY HAD TO PAY A FEE. SO CONGRESS TOOK AWAY THAT FEE
When the president dies, is sick, or is unable to fulfill his presidential duties in any way, the Vice President can step in and become the President
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