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Essay heading: 14th Amendment -EQUAL PROTECTION UNDER THE LAW
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Issue: American History
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Date added: September 13, 2001
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James Madison, one of the Bill of Rights creators knew the importance of this vital clause and commented, "There is more danger of those powers being abused by state government then by the government of the United States". This decision by the Senate to leave out Madison's revered clause would leave laws protecting individual liberty for state and local governments to create and uphold...
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This decision by the Senate to leave out Madison's revered clause would leave laws protecting individual liberty for state and local governments to create and uphold. Because of the inconsistency by states towards individual freedom as well as fairness in the eyes of the law, it would be extremely important for an amendment like the fourteenth to unify American equality...
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