Government extra credit

Government extra credit
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  • Actually we do have representation in the electoral college
  • Why should we even vote if our votes don't count?
  • Hey, would you like to purchase some alcohol?
  • No way, that stuff is illegal and dangerous
  • Sir, I am sorry to tell you that I must stay with you during this time of peace.
  • No way, I don't have to house you!
  • Before the ratification of the 23rd Amendment Washington D.C. had the ability to vote, but because they are not a state, they had no representation in the electoral college. However, they were granted electoral votes in the electoral college afterwards.
  • I am here and ready to vote!
  • You cannot vote, you are too young
  • Yes she can.
  • The 18th amendment marked the beginning of the Temperance period, when the U.S. government made it illegal to purchase, sell, import, or transport alcohol.
  • Yeah, for the Union!
  • Emancipation granted to African American Slaves
  • Emancipation granted to African American slaves
  • The Third Amendment stated that citizens are not required to house soldiers during peacetime. This Amendment was created to protect the colonists from the harsh Quartering Act that was enforced while the Colonists were under crown rule.
  • The 26th Amendment legally lowered the voting age from 21 to 18
  • The Thirteenth Amendment granted freedom to all African American slaves by forbidding the practice of slavery in America.
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