The 14th Amendment

The 14th Amendment

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  • Main Idea
  • The 14th amendment was adopted in 1868 after the Civil War which address equal protection and rights to the former slaves
  • The 14th amendment was passed at the House of Representatives
  • Evidence
  • The 14th amendment was ratified on July 9, 1868 by the U.S. Constitution which granted all persons naturalized & freed after the Civil War
  • Perspective
  • African Americans perspectives towards the 14th amendment
  • Audience
  • As an addition to the Constitution addressed the entire nation. Congress opinion federal and state powers changed and all agreed the right to citizens being expanded.
  • Significance
  • On July 9, 1868 the 14th amendment granted citizenships to all persons naturalized in the U.S. which former slaves were free
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