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The First Amendment
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The Thirteenth Amendment
The Nineteenth Amendment
Ratified in 1789 and started by James Madison and Alexander Hamilton, the first amendment states that congress cant make any law establishing a religion, abridging freedom of speech or press, the right to complain to the government, and the right for people to assemble peacefully.
Ratified in December 6, 1865 and started by Abraham Lincoln, the thirteenth amendment abolished slavery and involuntary servitude, except for a punishment for a crime.
Started by Susan B. Anthony and Cady Stanton and ratified in August 18, 1920, the nineteenth amendment prohibited the ability to deney someones right to vote based on their gender.
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