which is not a provision of the 14th amendment ?

due process of law

seperate but equal

equal protection of the law

my sister and i are playing a history game and cant find the correct answers

Update:

a) leaders of rebellion that carry their names.

b)people from foreign countries who supported the colonists in their war against the english.

c)early feminists

d)leaders in custers last stand

e)leaders of early english settlements

f)former slaves who fought slavery

g)leaders of groups of settlers moving to the west

h)war hawks and longtime senate opponents

i)colonial firebrands

j)union activists

k)unearly statemen and ambassadors

Update 2:

who match to what up above? benjamin franklin,john jay

patrick henry,thomas paine

henry clay,ohn calhoun

john smith,william bradford

casimir pulaski, marquis de lafayette

nathaniel bacon, daniel shays

frederick douglass, harriet tubman

elizabethcady stanton,susan b. anthony

stephen austin, brigham young

tatanka yotanka, tashunka witko

mother jones, terence v. powederly

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  • 1 decade ago
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    seperate but equal

  • 1 decade ago

    Separate but equal. That was an interpretation by the Supreme Court in "Plessy v. Fergusson." Due process and equal protection under the 14th Amendment were ironically used to overturn many discriminatory laws later in history.

  • 1 decade ago

    Seperate but equal

  • 1 decade ago

    I concur...seperate but equal.

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