14th amendment

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  • the 14th amendment was adopted on Washington D.C.
  • The amendment addresses citizenship and rights.
  • It was also adopted on July 9,1868.
  • The 14th amendmemt grated citizenship and equal and legal rights to african americans and slaves who have been emancipated after the American Civil War
  • A surprising fact about the 14th amendment is if you have taken an oath as a member of congress, you can not be a senator, representatives, President and Vice President.
  • The 14th amendment helped out nation because it made people free and citizens, such as slaves.
  • No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges of the citizens of the U.S.A.
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