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It didn't address either of those issues. The 19th gave women the right to vote.

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It had nothing to do with popular sovereignty. It gave women the right to vote.

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When can the Constitution not be amended?

The Constitution cannot be amended if sufficient agreement is not reached. There are two methods of amendment, both requiring defined levels of agreement between the states and the Congress. If agreement is reached, the amendment is adopted. Amendments can also be repealed by the enactment of a further amendment.

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What is the amendment to the US Constitution?

"No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the Owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law."

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The founders created a constitution that could be adapted for the future use through?

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How did the 19th Amendment further the constitutional principles of popular sovereignty and rule of law?

It recognized women as citizens with the right to vote.

The prohibited the further importation of slaves into Missouri after its admission as a state.?

The Tallmadge Amendment prohibited the further importation of slaves into Missouri after its admission as a state.

How did the fourteenth amendment further help newly freed African Americans?

The Fourteenth Amendment granted citizenship to formerly enslaved African Americans and guaranteed them equal protection under the law. It also sought to prevent states from denying citizenship or due process rights to any of its residents. This Amendment played a crucial role in advancing the civil rights of African Americans in the United States.

What are 3 areas that some people want passage of constitutional amendments?

Anchor babies and immigration (restructure the 14th amendment), term limits (politicians were never supposed to be career politicians), balanced federal budget, further protections against federal tyranny

What is another name for amendment viii?

Further Guarantees in Criminal Cases

What prohibited the further importation of slaves into the missiouri after its admission as a state?

tallmadge amendment

How did the forteenth amendment further help newly freed African Americans?

It gave them citizenship

Who is responsible for passing Constitutional Amendments?

Constitutional amendments become part of the Constitution, and as such they are the law of the land. The supreme court interprets the Constitution including the amendments. Amendments are made by the states and by the states alone, in the sense that no matter where they originate (from some governmental initiative or from the states themselves) they become law ONLY when they are accepted by 3/4 of the states and there are no other requirements. No OK from any federal group or individual is needed, and there is no veto power vested in the president or any other group or individual. If the states say it is so, it is so with no further discussion or debate. The point here is that Congress is perfectly free to debate, pass and submit an amendment for state approval, but the states, according to the provisions of the constitution itself, can make and approve an amendment without the permission or approval of Congress. In this case, the only job that Congress has is to determine if the states are to individually pass a proposed amendment by state legislature, or by specially formed state conventions. This method of constitutional amendment has not yet been used.

Can the president veto ratify or introduce a constitutional amendment?

The President cannot introduce a constitutional amendment. However, they can veto proposed amendments passed by Congress, but they do not have a direct role in ratifying amendments, as that process involves the states.

Can someone convicted of domestic violence purchase firearms?

Generally, no. For further information, look up the "Lautenberg Amendment."

What are facts about the suspension of Constitutional rights in the US during the US Civil War?

Some of the facts about the suspension of constitutional rights in the US during the US Civil War was limited powers that were weakened further by the Bill of Rights.

What does the fifth amendment state that people may not be required to do?

It basically means that a person does not have to answer any question that he thinks will get him into further trouble.