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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 13,14,15 Amendment 13 Amendment U.S. Constitution The people rule and the right tovote and decide upon issues. base upon their opinion.Article 4, Section 4. Limited Governemnt The 13 Amendment abolished slavery. -It also impacted the start of the Civil War. 14 Amendment Ensured that former slaves were granted full automatic citizenship-Impacted rights and privileges for slaves 15 Amendment Ensured any person'srace couldn't be used to bar someone from voting.-Later on, impacted civil rights movement. Everyone must obey the law and peoplecannot twist or bypass the laws to serve as their own interest. It reflects onArticle 1, Section 9 and 10. Republicanism is that the peopleget their power by voting for political representatives.It reflects on Article 4,Section 4. Republicanism 7 Principles The branches of the Governmentand has the ability of each branchof Government to exercise checksover the others branches of Government and make the branches work togetherfairly. Article 1,2,and 3. Check and Balance Popular Sovereignty Individuals Rights They are the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches. The Divisionof the basic Government into 3 branches.We have it because no one has all the power. Article 1,2, and 3. Separation Of Powers The personal liberty and a privilege thatis guaranteed to the U.S. Citizens. It isthe freedom to do what in the Bill OfRights. The First 10 amendments helps people from a overall powerfulGovernment. Article 4, Section 2. People and Government. It share powers with the central and the states. Article 4, Section 3 and 4. Federalism Grievances and how they were addressed in the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights Constitution grievances were the Intolerable Act, did not have representation in the English Government, refused to look at petitions for change, housing troops, and taxation without representation. The Bill Of Rights grievances is trail by jury, housing troops, and limiting punishment.
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