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Q: How has the fourteenth amendment was progressively used to nationalize the first amendment?
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What amendment contains freedom of speech?

The first and fourteenth amendments.


Was Louisiana the first southern state to approve the fourteenth amendment?

No, that would be Tennesse.


Which of the following amendments in the Constitution do both Justice Fortas and Justice Black refer to?

The Fourteenth Amendment


The first Southern state to approve the Fourteenth Amendment and be readmitted to the Union was Louisiana?

Tennessee


The fourteenth amendment was passed to provide a constitutional basis for what?

The Fourteenth Amendment was passed to provide a constitutional basis for the Civil Rights Act of 1866. It was the first United States federal law to define US citizenship.


What Fourteenth Amendment clause did the Supreme Court successfully use to incorporate the Bill of Rights to the states?

Primarily the Fourteenth Amendment Due Process ClauseThe first attempt to incorporate the Bill of Rights to the states was based on the Fourteenth Amendment Powers of Congressional Enforcement (Section 5), followed by an attempt at using the Privileges and Immunities Clause. When these failed, incorporation was conducted via the Fourteenth Amendment Due Process and Equal Protection Clauses.


What Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment does US Supreme Court use to apply the Bill of Rights to the States?

Primarily the Fourteenth Amendment Due Process ClauseThe first attempt to incorporate the Bill of Rights to the states was based on the Fourteenth Amendment Powers of Congressional Enforcement (Section 5), followed by an attempt at using the Privileges and Immunities Clause. When these failed, the Court adopted selective incorporation to apply the Bill of Rights via Fourteenth Amendment Due Process and Equal Protection Clauses.


The first civil liberty selectively incorporated into the Fourteenth Amendment as a limitation on state government power was for?

property protection.


What does the 14th amendment gurentee?

The fourteenth amendments guarantees that the bill of rights (The first ten amendments) applies to all states.


Who inserted the first reference to gender qualification into the US Constitution?

John Bingham referenced gender in the U.S. Constitution for the first time when writing the Fourteenth Amendment. The amendment is worded to specifically address the rights of males.


What do the Fourteenth Amendment and the First Amendment have in common?

The first amendment gives US citizens the rights of free speech, peaceful assembly, etc. They're also called our "Basic Civil Liberties," which give us rights as US citizens. The 14th amendment gave rights to people of slave descent, or people who were former slaves, the rights stated in the 1st amendment.


The first and only ex-Confederate state to ratify the Fourteenth Amendment in 1866 and thus be immediately readmitted to the Union under congressional Reconstruction was?

Tennessee


The Thirteenth Amendment The Thirteenth Amendment The Fourteenth Amendment The Fifteenth Amendment What was the main purpose of these three amendments?

the thirteenth amendment freed all the slaves, the fourteenth amendment recognized all black and white men as citizens, and the fifteenth amendment gave ALL MEN the right to vote (women didn't get the right to vote until the nineteenth amendment) *In 1865, the Thirteenth Amendment abolished slavery. The Thirteenth Amendment was followed by the 14th Amendment in 1866, which defined for the first time the definition of American citizenship. The Fifteenth Amendment passed by Congress in 1870 stated that no part of the federal government was to discriminate any citizen on account of "race, color, or previous condition of servitude."


How many states have freedom of religion?

All of them. The Free Exercise and Establishment clauses of the First Amendment have both been applied against the states through the Fourteenth Amendment. Some states have state constitutional provisions which provide individuals with additional protection, but everyone enjoys the First Amendment's basic guarantees.


Was the right to privacy in the First Amendment?

No, the right to privacy as established by the US Supreme Court is based on a combination of Amendments, such as the Third, Fourth, Fifth, Ninth and Fourteenth.


What did the 14th amendment have to do with the civil war?

The Fourteenth Amendment (Amendment XIV) to the United States Constitution is one of the post-Civil War Reconstruction Amendments, first intended to secure the rights of former slaves. It was proposed on June 13, 1866, and ratified on July 9, 1868


Where do you get a right to free speech from?

The First Amendment to the United States Constitution provided a right to free speech. The Fourteenth Amendment made that right applicable to all persons and ensured that states could not remove your right to free speech.


When did the Bill of Rights apply to state governments?

The Fourteenth Amendment, adopted on July 9, 1868(following the Civil War), applied the priciples of the First Amendment and other parts of the Bill of Rights (applicable to Federal government) to State governments.


What US Supreme Court case first applied part of the Bill of Rights to the States via the Fourteenth Amendment?

Most sources cite either Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad v. City of Chicago, 166 US 226 (1897) which upheld the Fifth Amendment Takings Clause, or Gitlow v. New York, 268 US 652 (1925) which held the Fourteenth Amendment required the States to adhere to the First Amendment.The Fifth Amendment case, Chicago, Burlington and Quincy gets my vote as the original instance of incorporation, but textbooks often cite the First Amendment case, Gitlow.For more information, see Related Questions, below.


Which amendment was passed first?

The first amendment


What is the first year of the fourteenth century?

1301 is the first year


What did these first generation stars make?

First stars made the smallest elements, from hydrogen up and progressively larger stars made progressively larger elements


What are some of the restrictions placed on Congress As far as the Fourteenth and First Amendment goes?

The phrasing of this question imparts a poor understanding of our beloved constitution. The bill of rights does not serve to restrict the powers of the federal government only, but of any state or local government as well. The first amendment guarantees the freedom of religion, press, the right to assembly, free speech, and the right to petition the government for redress. The fourteenth amendment defines citizenship, and strengthens the point made in the first paragraph above. It also provides for due process and equal protection under the law.


Which Amendment did the Twenty-first Amendment repeal in 1933?

The twenty-first amendment repeals the eighteenth amendment.


What did the earliest incorporation of portions of the Bill of Rights rely on?

The first attempt to incorporate the Bill of Rights to the states was based on the Fourteenth Amendment Powers of Congressional Enforcement (Section 5), followed by an attempt at using the Privileges and Immunities Clause. When these failed, incorporation was conducted via the Fourteenth Amendment Due Process and Equal Protection Clauses.For more information, see Related Questions, below.