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I can think of three groups, but I can't guarantee this is what you're looking for. The first group is the Bill of Rights ratified in 1791 and encompassing the first ten amendments. The second group is the Reconstruction amendments following the Civil War and all dealing with the status of slaves or rather former slaves following the thirteenth amendment. That would be the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments. The third group that comes to mind is the Progressive Era amendments which were the 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th amendments.

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The relative importance of Constitutional amendments is a matter of personal preference and also of some debate. The four-part First Amendment is high on most peoples' lists, but is the Second Amendment or the Sixth Amendment more crucial?

The Third Amendment is rarely considered, and the extremely important 9th and 10th Amendments are widely ignored in legal jurisprudence. Is this good or bad?

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1. Freedom of Speech, Religion, Press, Assembly, Symbolism

2. Referred to as the "Right to Bear Arms". The right for citizens to possess weapons, the right for states to raise militias.

3. The government may not force a homeowner to house soldiers. If a homeowner consensually, or willingly, houses soldiers, the government must offer them reasonable payment or compensation.

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Technically, there are 10 main amendments. But I can give you three.

*Freedom of Speech

*Freedom of Press

*and Freedom to bare arms

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The three amendments are 13th, 14the, and 15th.

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from 1 to the last number of them

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