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The 14th Amendment was passed to make the rights for all citizens equal, it was also passed to allow those who could not use the title "citizen" to become citizens.
The 14th Amendment was passed among congress and senate on July 9th 1868.
Philip! This will make life so much easier for everyone in the U.S. , We will finally have complete unity in the U.S.!
Yes Miles, I know, I am so thrilled!
I'm so happy for you Darell! I'm glad you finally have complete freedom! I'm happy I was kind to you over the time you've been here.
This means I don't have to work without pay anymore!
Yes Darell! we don't even have to work for the white race anymore!!!
Hey Veora! Did you hear that we don't have to work for free anymore?!?
The 14th Amendment enabled freedmen to get jobs.
The 14th Amendment was made to allow everyone in the U.S. to have complete equality and unity together. The 14th Amendment was also made to prevent any States from discriminating.
The 14th Amendment allowed people from all over the world to become citizens, and it allowed former slaves to become citizens.
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