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Amendment 3: Quartering Troops

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Transcript of Amendment 3: Quartering Troops

Amendment 3: Quartering Troops
Works Cited
1. http://billofrightsinstitute.org/resources/educator-resources/americapedia/americapedia-bill-of-rights/third-amendment/

2. http://www.thirdamendment.com/third.html

3. http://i1.ytimg.com/vi/6OKCbqu2pe0/maxresdefault.jpg

4. http://hgreerecs.files.wordpress.com/2012/09/3.gif


Why was this amendment proposed?
This amendment was proposed in response to the American Revolutionary War.
What the amendment says:
The third amendment states that citizens can not be forced to house any soldier at any time. (1)


What was the ratification date?
It was ratified on December 15, 1791. (2)
How to remember the 3rd amendment.
The 3rd amendment is the quartering act.
3 quarters is 75 cents.
1775 is the year the American Revolutionary War started.
This amendment was made because of the American Revolutionary War.
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How is this amendment used today?
It's not used because there are no wars being fought here in America.
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