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American Gov’t 2nd periodThe Amendments
1st Amendment Freedom of Expression Speech (Time, Place, Manner)Religion Press Assembly Petition (The Gov’t)
2nd Amendment Right to Bear Arms (“It’s the Law in Kennesaw”)
No Quartering of Troops3rd Amendment No Quartering of Troops Can I stay at your house?
No Search and Seizure without a WARRANT4th Amendment No Search and Seizure without a WARRANT
5th Amendment Grand Jury, Due Process, No Double Jeopardy, No Self Incrimination, Eminent Domain
Speedy and Public Trial (Impartial Jury)6th Amendment Speedy and Public Trial (Impartial Jury)
Civil Lawsuits must exceed $207th Amendment Civil Lawsuits must exceed $20
No Cruel & Unusual Punishment8th Amendment No excessive bail No Cruel & Unusual Punishment
Enumerate Rights (“too many name”)9th Amendment Enumerate Rights (“too many name”)
Federalism – State’s Rights10th Amendment Federalism – State’s Rights
Sovereign Immunity – States are “immune” from certain lawsuits11th Amendment Sovereign Immunity – States are “immune” from certain lawsuits
Changes in the Electoral College Procedure12th Amendment Changes in the Electoral College Procedure
13th Amendment Abolished Slavery
Slaves Citizenship, Due Process, Equal Protection Under the Law14th Amendment Slaves Citizenship, Due Process, Equal Protection Under the Law
Voting Rights for Slaves – Black MALE suffrage15th Amendment Voting Rights for Slaves – Black MALE suffrage
Established Income Tax16th Amendment Established Income Tax
Direct election of Senators17th Amendment Direct election of Senators
18th Amendment Prohibition of Alcohol – Illegal to Buy, sell, manufacture, distribute, or transport BOOZE
Women’s Suffrage!!! – right to VOTE19th Amendment Women’s Suffrage!!! – right to VOTE
Date and Time of Presidential Inauguration20th Amendment Date and Time of Presidential Inauguration Jan. noon Lame Duck Amendment
Repealed the 18th Amendment21st Amendment Repealed the 18th Amendment
Established Term Limits for Presidents22nd Amendment Established Term Limits for Presidents Two (2) Terms
Est. Electoral Votes for Washington D.C.23rd Amendment Est. Electoral Votes for Washington D.C. Maximum of 3 ECVs
24th Amendment Outlawed the Poll Tax
Presidential Disability and Line of Succession25th Amendment Presidential Disability and Line of Succession
26th Amendment 18 years old to vote
27th Amendment Congressional pay raises do not take place until the following (next) election.
How to Remember the First Ten Amendments
Beyond the Bill of Rights Amendments
1st Amendment: Freedom of Speech
Preamble Form a more perfect union Establish justice
4.3- Extending the Bill of Rights Amendments
Memorizing the Amendments: Made Easy
The 27 Amendments.
LET’S DO THIS The 27 Amendments. 1 st Amendment Speech Religion Petition Assembly Press.
U.S. Government Mr. Hand U.S. Government Mr. Hand The 27 Amendments to the U.S. Constitution.
The Amendments to the Constitution.
Holmen Middle School 8th Grade
Warm-up (page 8 in notebook)
THE 27 AMENDMENTS TO THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION
Amendments to the Constitution
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion Abridging the freedom of speech or press The right of the people to assemble.
Unit 1 Part II The Amendments. 1 st Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and to petition the government.
THE CONSTITUTION The Bill of Rights Amendments Amendments
Category Heading Category Heading Category Heading.
State of Illinois Government. United States Executive.
Freedom of Religion, Assembly, Speech, Press, and Petition.
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