Amendments After The Bill Of Rights

Amendments After The Bill Of Rights

Bell Ringer WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF SPEECH? HOW DOES THE TENTH AMENDMENT LIMIT THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS POWER? The right to broadcast live news on television about a public official B. The right to spread awareness of political issues via the internet C. The right to incite a riot in protest of the election of a crooked politician D. The right to debate political issues in face-to-face

discussions A. A. B. C. D. It explicitly lists every power of the national government It forbids the cruel and unusual punishment of convicted criminals It limits its power to seize private property for public

use It grants reserved powers to the state and the people Amendments After The Bill Of Rights EQ: Why are amendments added to the Constitution? What is the purpose of the Amendments? Civil War Amendments After the civil war, amendments were added to the constitution in order to protect African Americans. They were not upheld until 100 years later. Amendment

13: Outlawed slavery in the US Outlawed forced labor unless punishment for a crime Amendment 14: Defined citizens as anyone born or naturalized in the US Granted equal rights to all citizens including due process Amendment 15: No state can take away voting rights based

on race, color, or previous enslavement Suffrage Amendments Suffrage: the right to vote Amendment 19 (August 1920): Women granted the right to vote Supporters are called suffragettes Amendment 23: Gave Washington DC residents the right to vote Amendment 24:

Eliminates Poll Tax Amendment 26: Lowered voting age from 21 to 18 due to Vietnam War Amendment 11: Sets the official jurisdiction of the Federal courts Amendment 12: Changes voting procedures of the Electoral College.

President and Vice President run for office together. Amendment 16: Congress can tax income Amendment 17: Direct election of senators by the people of each state Amendment 18: Prohibition of alcohol in 1919

Amendment 20: Lame duck amendment moved the beginning and ending of the terms of from March 4th to January 20th. Amendment 21: repealed Prohibition in 1933 Amendment 22: The President can only serve two consecutive terms

or 10 consecutive years Amendment 25: Sets Presidential succession (Who becomes President if the President dies/ leaves office?) Amendment 27: Congress cannot pass a pay raise for themselves that will take effect in the same session as its passage

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