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Constitution Post 5- The Amendments

I am going to tell you three of the twenty-six Amendments. The first Amendment gives our freedom of liberties, like freedom of religion, freedom of speech, free press, right to assemble, and the right to petition the government when we want. The tenth Amendment says any power not given to the federal government is given to the states and the people. The nineteenth Amendment gives the women in every state the right to vote in federal elections (The nineteenth Amendment did not come in until 1919). Those are three of the twenty-six Amendments and the other twenty-three are just as important.

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