Historical Effects - Jason Van Sickle Axia College Granted...

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Jason Van Sickle Axia College
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Granted citizenship to all persons naturalized in the United States Blacks Europeans Chinese Hispanics Forbids states from denying any person life, liberty, or property Mainly the southern states Blacks were main targets
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Forbids states from denying any person equal protection of laws Gives all people rights to a fair trial Stopped states from just putting people in jail Women’s Rights The chance to vote Attend Trials
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Started movement to the West Made it easier for people to travel to the west Gave people opportunity to start over Made travel faster Cut travel time Moved larger amounts of people Made it easier to haul needed supplies Easier to move iron, lumber, and food stuffs Faster for building in the industry period
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Wanted to create a “good” place to live Wanted a place that was free of crime Wanted all people to live together and get along As little crime a possible
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