Lawsuits against states
Election of the President and Vice President
Abolition of slavery (slavery and servitude shall not exist in the US)
Civil rights (anyone born or naturalized in the US is a US citizen and of their state)
Black suffrage (Right to vote shall not be denied by account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude)
Income taxes (Congress has power to lay and collect taxes on incomes)
Direct election of senators (Senate of the US includes two Senators from each state)
Prohibition of liquor (repealed by Amendment 21)
Woman suffrage (right to vote shall not be denied by account of sex)
Terms of the President and Congress
Repeal of prohibition (repealed Amendment 18)
Limitation of Presidents to two terms (no person shall be elected President more than twice)
Suffrage in the District of Columbia (district constituting the seat of government shall appoint in such a manner as the Congress may direct)
Poll taxes (right to vote shall not be denied by reason of failure to pay any poll tax or other tax)
Presidential disability and succession (in case of removal of the President due to death or resignation, the Vice President shall become President)
Suffrage for 18-year-olds (right of citizens 18 years of age or older shall not be denied on account of age)
Congressional salaries (no law, varying the compensation of Senators and Representatives, shall take effect until an election of Representatives shall have intervened)
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