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The 14th Amendment, which took effect in 1868, aimed at protecting the rights of free slaves and declared that anyone born in the US is a citizen.
The 14th Amendment
Finally, we have waited for this day to come.
Mr. Meyers won't be too happy that freed slaves and white men are equals now.
It's OK now, we're finally citizens of the US! Think of all the rights we have.
One example was the right of equality in public places.
Another was the right for blacks and whites to go to the same school.
The 14th Amendment still positively affects us to this day.
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