14th Amendment -EQUAL PROTECTION UNDER THE LAW

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American History

 

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Frances P

 

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September 15, 2014

 

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University

 

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To address these and similar problems, the founding fathers of this nation created a Constitution which included laws that dealt with individual freedoms. However great the founding fathers envisioned the United States Constitution, it did not form a perfect union and justice for all. America would have to amend, or add to, the Constitution in order to serve its constituents better...
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America would have to amend, or add to, the Constitution in order to serve its constituents better. The most powerful constitutional act towards equality would come with the fourteenth amendment. This amendment permanently changed constitutional law by empowering the Federal government's jurisdiction to include local and state governments which would be required to abide by new standards of civil rights and privileges...
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