14th Amendment Storyboard

14th Amendment Storyboard

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Stamate Theofanos' Storyboard

Storyboard Text

  • Ratified on July 9, 1868, the 14th Amendment declared the qualifications of a citizen.
  • Author: Stamate Theofanos Mrs. Steele's 5th Period Class
  • Main Idea
  • 14th Amendment Storyboard
  • The citizens with some sense in them
  • I will veto this amendment!
  • Setting:
  • Andrew Johnson
  • YOU CAN'T!
  • The Republicans
  • The 14th Amendment stated that all persons born or naturalized in the United States were citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. (except for American Indians).
  • Evidence:
  • The newly freed African Americans, who were happy to be freed, but unsure of their rights. The 14th Amendment solved this issue.
  • Perspective:
  • A nation divided by beliefs and actions regarding the newly freed African Americans.
  • Audience:
  • Are you certain city boy?
  • Bill of Rights
  • The 14th amendment is arguably the most important amendment added to the Constitution since the Bill of Rights. It defined the rights that every American had, and who qualifies as an American citizen.
  • Significance:
  • The 14th Amendment
  • Every amendment that is not the 14th amendment or part of the Bill of Rights
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