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Constitutional Amendments

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Freedom of speech, press, religion, assembly, petition
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Right to bear arms
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Freedom from quartering soldiers
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Freedom from unreasonable searches and seizures
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Freedom from double jeopardy, self-incrimination, eminent domain
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Right to speedy trial, lawyer
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Right to trial by jury
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Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment and excessive fines and bail
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Rights not enumerated are retained by the people
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State's rights; reserved powers amendments
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States cannot be sued by a citizen of another state
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Presidents and Vice Presidents are voted on separately by the Electoral College
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Prohibition of slavery
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Citizenship granted to individuals born or naturalized in the US
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Suffrage granted to African American males
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Income tax amendment
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Direct election of Senators
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Prohibition of alcohol
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Women's Suffrage
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Lame Duck amendment - shortened time between election and inauguration
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Repealed prohibition
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Roosevelt Amendment - limited presidents to serving two terms or a total of 10 years
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3 Electoral votes granted to Washington DC
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Prohibition of the poll tax
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Presidential success or disability
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Vietnam amendment - lowered the voting age from 21 to 18
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Congressional Pay - Congress cannot raise or lower their pay in the middle of a session