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Amendment 1

Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion, Freedom of the Press, Freedom of Assembly, Freedom to Petition the Government.

Amendment 2

Right to keep and bear arms

Amendment 3

limit on quartering of troops

Amendment 4

Protection from illegal searches & seizures

Amendment 5

rights of accused, self incrimination, double jeopardy, due process of law, private property for public use

Amendment 6

Criminal procedures, speedy trial, confront witnesses, have an attorney

Amendment 7

Jury Trial in civil Cases

Amendment 8

Excessive fines and unusual punishments are forbidden

Amendment 9

The people retain rights not enumerated here, Powers Reserved to the People. People's rights are not limited to those in the Constitution.

Amendment 10

Powers not delegated to the federal government are reserved to the states and the people

Amendment 11

Exemption of states from federal suits by citizens of another state (1789)

Amendment 12

Changes in manner of electing president and vice president; procedure when no presidential candidate receives electoral majority (1804)

Amendment 13

prohibition of slavery (1865)

Amendment 14

guarantee of due process and equal protection of all citizens (1868)

Amendment 15

protecting of voting rights (1870)

Amendment 16

National income tax created.(1913)

Amendment 17

Senators no longer appointed by state legislatures. Now to be directly elected by citizens.(1913)

Amendment 18

Prohibition of alcohol (1919) (Repealed by 21st amendment in 1933))

Amendment 19

women's suffrage (1920)

Amendment 20

change of dates for start of presidential, congressional terms (1933)

Amendment 21

repealed prohibition and voided the 18th amendment (1933)

Amendment 22

Two term limit set for presidents.(1951)

Amendment 23

grants the District of Columbia (Washington D.C.) the right to three electors in Presidential elections. (1951)

Amendment 24

Poll taxed outlawed. (1964)

Amendment 25

Presidential succession more clearly defined.(1967)

Amendment 26

gives citizens 18 or older the right to vote (1971)

Amendment 27

no pay increase for members of Congress during current term of office. (1992)

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