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    • Mallary Meg Ashli
      • People have natural rights not in the constitution
      • Makes those enumerated rights equal to those in the constitution
        • Right to vote, right to privacy, right to travel
          • Right to privacy
          • To marry, have children, have an abortion
      What does the amendment say?
          • Added December 15, 1791
          • Keeps the federal government from using the constitution against the people
        • Why was it added to the Constitution?
          • Things would change from 1787
            • Banking situations
          • Elastic cause—makes it flexible
        • Why is the amendment important?
      • Applies in everyday activities
      • People today have very many common natural rights as people did when they first started the constitution
        • Right to privacy
        • Right to vote
        • Right to travel
      • Therefore much of the information in the constitution applies in the same way
        • How does it apply to the United States today?
          • Protects powers of the states
          • The balance between the powers of the federal government and the state government caused disagreement.
          • ** it was the only part of the bill of rights that was advised by all the state conventions **
        • What does the amendment say?
          • Ratified on December 15, 1792
          • To limit the power of the federal government and give state powers to the constitution that didn’t directly give the federal government
        • Why was it added to the Constitution?
          • The only part of the bill of rights that was advised by all the state conventions
          • By limiting the power of the federal government and protecting the power of the state, it protects the people of the states.
        • Why is the amendment important?
          • Limits powers to the federal government and protects the powers of the states
          • Supplies balance between powers of the federal government and the state government
        • How does it apply to the United States today?
    • Works Cited   Monk, Linda. &quot;Interactive Constitution.&quot; National Constitution Center . 9 Jan. 2009 .< http://www.constitutioncenter.org/ncc_home_Landing.aspx >. &quot;Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution.&quot; Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia . 8 Jan 2009, 16:45 UTC. 9 Jan 2009 < http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Tenth_ Amendment_to_the_United_States_Constitution&oldid=262776135 >. &quot;Tenth Amendment.&quot; American History . 2009. ABC-CLIO. 12 Jan. 2009 < http://www.americanhistory.abc-clio.com >.