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Amendments XI - XIX

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:15
  • Amendment XI 1:40
    • Amendment Eleven
    • Individual from One State are Prohibited from Suing Another State
    • States Are Not Immune from Lawsuits Brought by its Own Citizens
  • Amendment XII 3:05
    • Amendment Twelve
    • Thomas Jefferson vs. Aaron Burr
  • Amendment XIII 8:51
    • Amendment Thirteen
    • Include Peonage, Involuntary Servitude and Forced Labor
  • Amendment XIV 11:05
    • Amendment Fourteen
    • Four Clauses of Amendment Fourteen
  • Amendment XV 15:50
    • Amendment Fifteen
    • Right to Vote Interrupted by the Supreme Court
    • Blacks Faced Literacy Tests and Poll Taxes
    • Ku Klux Klan
    • Supreme Court Decisions and Passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965
  • Amendment XVI 19:39
    • Amendment Sixteen
    • Until 1913, Tariffs and Excise Taxes Were the Primary Source of Federal Government Revenue
    • Direct Income Tax Permitted by the Constitution
    • Wesley Snipes
  • Amendment XVII 23:00
    • Amendment Seventeen
    • State Legislatures have the Power to Grant the Governor the Right to Appoint Senators
    • Governor Rod Blagojevich Attempted to Sell Obama's Vacated Seat in 2008
  • Amendment XVIII 26:00
    • Amendment Eighteen
    • Ban the Sale and Distribution of Alcohol
    • Organized Crime Increased
    • Amendment was Repealed Through the 21st Amendment
    • Drinking Age: 21
  • Amendment XIX 28:38
    • Amendment Nineteen
    • Prohibited the Government From Denying Women the Right to Vote
    • Votes Granted in Wyoming, Utah, and Washington
    • Argument That the 14th and 15th Amendment Had Already Granted Women Suffrage was Rejected
  • Example 1 31:50
  • Example 2 32:48
  • Example 3 33:25
  • Example 4 35:48