The tenth amendment states that the states and the people not follow unconstitutional laws but instead follow the Constitution.
The eleventh amendment prevents a citizen from one state suing a citizen from another state in the federal court.
The twelth amendment established a procedure for electing a president and a vice president.
The thirteenth amendment abolished slavery in the U.S.
The forteenth amendment defined citizenship, said laws applied to everyone equally, and protected those rights.
The fifteenth amendment ensured the right to vote for everyone, regardless of their race.
The sixteenth amendment gave Congress the right to lay taxes on the people.
The seventeenth amendment ensured the right for the people to elect ther senators.
The eighteenth amendment made it illegal to make, sell, or transport liquor.