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Income tax amendment.
Washington D.C. residents can vote for President.
Blacks and minorities gain the right to vote.
Citizens now vote for U.S. Senators.
Congress pay raises forbidden until the next election.
Anti-poll tax amendment.
Repealed prohibition.
No unreasonable search or seizure.
Sick President can pass duties to the Vice-President.
Rights not listed are granted to the people.
Rights of the accused in criminal cases.
Guarantees the five basic freedoms.(SPRAP)
Limit of two terms for the President.
Women gain the right to vote.
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Right to keep and bear arms.
Slavery is abolished.
President takes office on January 20th.
No quartering of soldiers.
Right to a trial by jury.
No excessive bail; no cruel/unusual punishment.
Non-federal powers are left to the states.
Full rights for those born or naturalized in the United States.
Electoral College casts seperate votes for President and Vice-President.
Prohibition.
No double jeopardy; cannot be a witness against yourself.
Cannot sue states in federal courts.
18 year-olds gain the right to vote.

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