14th Amendment

14th Amendment

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  • Andrew Johnson
  • The 14th Amendment was created in 1868 to ensure "equal protection of the law" and protecting the rights of former slaves.
  • House of representatives
  • I agree!
  • The 14th Amendment was finally signed and written into law.
  • I do not agree!!
  • "All persons born or nationalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state where in they reside."
  • I'm finally a citizen of the U.S! Thank you Mr. Johnson!
  • Your welcome Jim it's about time everyone had equal rights.
  • The 14th amendment solved the issue with newly freed African Americans.
  • Today the 14th Amendment was signed into law allowing African Americans to become citizens and have equal protection among whites.
  • The 14th Amendment created in 1868 had important significance towards African Americans and would soon allow people from other countries to come to the U.S and become legal citizens.
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