No, 17th Amendment changed the way we elect a senator
No,it was due to income tax
the 16th amendment gave congress the power to levy an income tax.
The 16th amendment gave congress the power to levy income taxes, and impose a direct tax.
16th amendment in the U.S. Constitution
the 16th amendment gave the people the right to elect the senator they wanted to run in that specific political group
by the 16th amendment
the 16th amendment allows congress to authorize an income tax.
The 16th Amendment allows for the taxation of income.
The 16th Amendment to the Constitution
The 16th Amendment to the US Constitution was passed by Congress on July 2, 1909 and officially ratified on February 3, 1913 when Delaware became the 36th state to ratify the amendment. A total number of 42 of the 48 states which existed at that time ratified the 16th Amendment.
Woodrow Wilson ratified the 16th amendment to generate revenue for the government by establishing a graduated income tax on corporations and individuals in 1913
When the 16th amendment was passed on February 3rd, 1913, the president was William Howard Taft. When the 17th amendment was passed on April 8th, 1913 the president was Woodrow Wilson.
It established an income tax.
The income tax clause.
congress collects taxes
the 16th amendment removed any need to apportion income taxes among the states.
The 16th Amendment let Congress collect income taxes which promted the creation of a progressice income tax that fell more heavily on the rich. This allowed more money to be collected from those who had more.
16th amendment to the US Constitution.
The 16th amendment established the federal income tax.
The 16th amendment to the US Constitution provides for the federal income tax.
It legalized Marijuana and Meth.
it lowered the voting age to 18.
The 16th amendment does.
Mississippi on march 16th 1995.Mississippi on march 16th 1995.No it was 1868.