27 ammendments by description

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Right to Bear Arms
Protects rights against state infringements, defines citizenship, prohibits states from interfering with privileges and immunities, requires due process and equal protection, punis
Suits Against a State
Grand Jury, Double Jeopardy, Self-Incrimination, Due Process
Commencement of Presidential Term and Succession
Rights of Accused in Criminal Prosecutions: Rights to Jury Trial, to Confront Opposing Witnesses and to Counsel
Popular Election of Senators
Abolition of Slavery and Involuntary Servitude
Jury Trial
Quartering of Soldiers
Women's Right to Vote
Rights to Religion, Speech, Press, Assembly, Petition
Rights Reserved to States
Repeal of 18th Amendment (Prohibition)
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Right to Vote at Age 18
Two-Term Limitation on President
Presidential Vacancy, Disability and Inability
Protections against Excessive Bail, Cruel and Unusual Punishment
Non-Enumerated Rights
Search and Seizure
Federal Income Tax
Congressional Compensation
Abolition of Poll Tax Requirement in Federal Elections
Prohibition
District of Columbia Presidential Vote
right to vote regardless of race, color, or previous conditions of servitude
Election of President and Vice-President

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