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The 14th and 15th ammendment to the constitution. The creation, history and result of these ammendments.
The Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendment
On April 30, 1866, the Joint Committee of Fifteen presented a set of resolutions that after being revised became the Fourteenth Amendment. This Amendment was created in order to prevent the possible demise by repeal or adverse judicial review, since the constitutionality of the previous legislation had been vetoed.
The proposed Fourteenth Amendment was broken down into four sections. The first section granted citizenship for each individual no matter what state he or she live in. This section also "enjoined the several states from abridging or vio…
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