Amendment Dates

Can you name the Amendment Dates

HintName the Year the Amendment was ratified
Outlawed Poll Taxes
D.C. citizens can vote for Pres. and VP
Lame Duck; Congress convenes on Jan. 3, pres. on Jan 20
powers not granted to the federal government are reserved to the states
Direct election of Senators
No cruel or unusual punishment
Repealed the 18th Amendment
Separate ballots when electing Pres. and V.P.
no double jeopardy, do not have to testify against yourself, grand jury must indict
Granted citizenship to all persons born or naturalized in the US
Making, distributing, selling alcohol is prohibited
No quartering of soldiers
18 year olds can vote
Set limits on salary increases for Congress
HintName the Year the Amendment was ratified
Provided for Presidential succession
Limits president to 2 terms
Right to free speech, religion, press, assembly, petition
Income tax
Women's right to vote
right to a speedy and public trial
Right to maintain a militia and citizens can bear arms
No unreasonable 'searches and seizures'
Right to a jury trial in cases over $20
States cannot be sued in federal court by citizens of another state
Slavery is Outlawed
Rights not specifically mentioned in the Constitution are retained by the people
Voting rights given to all men regardless of race, color or previous servitidue

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