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  • Question 1
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    The 24th Amendment

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    abolished slavery

    granted women suffrage

    prohibited poll taxes

    lowered the voting age to 18

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    The 3rd Amendment

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    No excessive bails and fines

    No cruel and unusual punishments

    No slavery

    No quartering soldiers

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    The right to make a complaint or ask the government for assistance

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    petition

    press

    speech

    religion

    assemble

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    The 7th Amendment

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    right to a jury trial in a criminal case

    right to a jury trial in a civil case

    right to a trial without legal counsel

    right to a fair and speedy trial

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    First step in adding an amendment to the Constitution

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    proposal by 2/5 State Legislatures

    proposal by 3/4 State Legislatures

    proposal by 2/3 Congress

    proposal by 2/4 Congress

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    The 4th Amendment

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    protection from self-incrimination

    protection from double jeopardy

    protection from unreasonable searches and seizures

    protection from cruel and unusual punishments

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    The right to hold public meetings and form associations without interference by the government

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    petition

    press

    speech

    religion

    assemble

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    The 26th Amendment

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    lowered the voting age to 21

    lowered the voting age to 18

    granted African Americans the right to vote

    granted women the right to vote

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    Protection from self-incrimination

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    5th Amendment

    6th Amendment

    7th Amendments

    4th Amendment

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    The 2nd Amendment

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    the right to freedom of expression

    the right to legal counsel

    the right to bear arms

    the right to a trial by a jury

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    powers reserved for the states and the people

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    13th Amendment

    14th Amendment

    9th Amendment

    10th Amendment

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    The 19th Amendment

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    granted African American men suffrage

    granted African American women suffrage

    granted women suffrage

    granted people of all races suffrage

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    Just because there is a list of rights in the Constitution, it doesn't mean that the government can take away other rights that are not listed

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    9th Amendment

    10th Amendment

    17th Amendment

    14th Amendment

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    The 15th Amendment

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    cannot be denied the right to vote based on race or color

    cannot be denied the right to vote based on gender

    cannot be denied the right to vote based on paying poll taxes

    cannot be denied the right to vote based on religion

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    The right to legal counsel

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    4th Amendment

    5th Amendment

    6th Amendment

    7th Amendment

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    Abolished slavery

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    13th Amendment

    14th Amendment

    15th Amendment

    18th Amendment

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    Uses media to informs citizens and monitor government actions

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    petition

    press

    speech

    religion

    assemble

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    Second step in adding an amendment to the Constitution

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    ratification by 3/5 State Legislatures

    ratification by 3/4 State Legislatures

    ratification by 2/3 Congress

    ratification by 3/4 Congress

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    The 8th Amendment

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    protects from excessive bails and fines

    protects from unreasonable searches

    protects from double jeopardy

    protects from cruel and unusual punishments

    protects from racial discrimination

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    Defines U.S. citizenship

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    13th Amendment

    14th Amendment

    17th Amendment

    18th Amendment

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    The 6th Amendment

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    right to know charges

    right to remain silent

    right to witnesses

    right to bear arms

    right to trial by a jury of peers

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    The government can take private property for public use

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    self-incrimination

    eminent domain

    double jeopardy

    suffrage

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