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Bill of Rights and Amendments Table

Bill of Rights

Focus Date Implemented

Impact on Society Visibility/Current Impact on You

Amendment I Freedom of religion, press and speech 1791 No privacy, no respect on your own religion You have the right to say what you want without holding back as long as it is true.

Amendment II Rights to Bear Arms 1791 Easy way to get a hold of one.

Amendment III Quartering of Troops 1791

Amendment IV Search and Seizure 1791

Amendment V Grand Jury, double Jeopardy, Self-Incrimination, Due Process 1791

Amendment VI The right to a speedy and public trial, Criminal Prosecution 1791

Amendment VII Common Law Suits 1791

Amendment VIII Excess Bail or Fines, Cruel and Unusual Punishment 1791

Amendment IX Non-Enumerative Rights 1791

Amendment X Rights reserved to States 1791

Later Amendments

Focus Date Implemented

Impact on Society Visibility/Current Impact on You

Amendment XI Suits Against A State 1795-1798

Amendment XII Presidential Elections 1804

Amendment XIII Abolition of Slavery 1865

Amendment XIV Privilege and Immunities, Due Process, Equal Protection 1868 The effects of slavery in the United States would quickly diminish As these rights were passed, the end of slavery is great, everyone is equal and the right to freedom.

Amendment XV Right to vote regardless of race, color, or past condition of servitude. 1870 All citizens were able to choose by voting who would best represent their state. Citizens are able to choose freely who best represents the community or state.

Amendment XVI Power to lay and collect taxes on incomes from whatever sourced derived 1913 Society paid taxes, if default occurred, an individual could face consequences. Paying taxes can be a benefit because it helps the government distribute the taxed income to each state by providing or improving community services: schools, hospitals, roads throughout the nation.

Amendment XVII The Senate of the US composed of two Senators from each state, six year term, elected by the people. 1913 Society was able to vote for a senator of their choice, who best represent their corresponding state. Right to vote for a senator of our choice, who best represent the corresponding state.

Amendment XVIII Manufacture,



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