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Amendments 10 Points
Abolished slavery forever
Answer: 13th Amendment
Amendments 20 Points
Gave all citizens the right to vote despite their gender
Answer: 19th Amendment
Amendments 30 Points
Gave citizenship to any person born in the United States
Answer: 14th Amendment
Amendments 40 Points
Set the Voting Age; must be 18 to vote
Answer: 26th Amendment
Amendments 50 Points
Granted 3 electoral votes to D.C.; it allowed the people in Washington, D.C. to vote
Answer: 23rd Amendment
Economy 10 Points
Businesses that specialize in loaning money
Economy 20 Points
Something you can hold in your hand; you can touch it
Economy 30 Points
Provides labor in the form of resources, involves families
Economy 40 Points
A business not controlled by the government; they can be big or small; they produce goods and services
Answer: Private Business
Economy 50 Points
The part that controls taxes; they use this money to pay teachers, police officer, pave roads
Government 10 Points
A legal system that requires all citizens are treated fairly
Answer: Due Process
Government 20 Points
Congress proposed a new amendment. Then,
Answer:2/3 of the House and Senate must pass the bill.
Government 30 Points
After a proposed amendment is sent to the states, what happens next?
Answer: State legislatures choose to ratify or reject the amendment.
Government 40 PointsWhy do so many people have to vote for an amendment to be made?
Answer: So that small groups of people cannot make changes the majority of people do not want.
Government 50 Points
What is the last step in the amendment process?
Answer: of the states must ratify the amendment so it can be added to the Constitution.
Reconstruction 10 Points
A system that allowed a land owner to lease his land to several farmers and in return got a share of the crops is called
Reconstruction 20 Points
This helped the newly freed slaves adjust to their new life; it built things like schools.
Answer: Freedman's Bureau
Reconstruction 30 Points
A law that enforced segregation; African Americans lost all of their rights.
Answer: Jim Crow Laws
Reconstruction 40 Points
Why was sharecropping used?
Answer: Because the land owners did not have money to pay the former slaves for their work and the former slaves did not have money to lease the land.
Reconstruction 50 Points
When blacks and whites were forced to be separated is called
Random 10 Points
A change or addition to the U.S. Constitution
Random 20 Points
Gave all citizens the right to vote despite their race
Answer: 15th Amendment
Random 30 Points
Ended the poll tax
Answer: 24th Amendment
Random 40 Points
Name the five amendments that protect our voting rights.
Answer: 15th, 19th, 23rd, 24th, 26th
Random 50 Points
Something someone does for someone else; an action they perform
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