intro to politics notes 11-30-10

intro to politics notes 11-30-10 - Judiciary 14th...

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11-30-10 Judiciary 14 th amendment: -privileges of immunity -due process -equal protection -state citizenship is where you reside; you do not have to be nationalized for a state. What was the purpose of the 14 th amendment? -The president declared freedom for the slaves in the states where they were not already free – he allowed the southern states a way back into the union without freeing the slaves. (Part of a war measure) -to create due process and fair trials for all US citizens no matter how they became citizens 5 th amendment: judicial preceding; uniform trial standards for everyone. Granted equal protection for slaves. -1789- 1860s federal supremacy -1868-1930s economic substantive due process -1930s-present civil liberties How can you be deprived of life, liberty and property by law? -life doesn’t just mean, your alive, liberty doesn’t mean you’re just not in jail, and property doesn’t just mean what you own. -The 14 th amendment guarantees your right to liberty – states have to adhere to liberties
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