Which was a result of the 14th Amendment?
It gave the Supreme Court the power to impeach a president for treason.
It made the federal government more powerful than the states.
It guaranteed that Native Americans could not be forced off their land.
It put southern politicians and generals on trial for starting the Civil War.
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The amendment granted citizenship to "all persons born or naturalized in the United States" which included former slaves who had just been freed after the Civil War.
In which way did the 14th Amendment change the balance of power in the United States?
The states gained the power to declare federal laws unconstitutional.
The president gained the power to nullify state laws.
The federal government gained the power to protect individual rights in all states.
Congress gained the power to impeach state legislators and governors.
What do you think?
No, what else? :)
Uhm, not quite
It's either that or A... I'm not sure
The federal government became the protector of individual civil rights.