Who was known got slightly raising roads on a foundation of crushed rock that drained well and held up to heavy traffic?
your answer would be it defined citizenship and related rights for african americans. what the fourteenth amendment did was allowed the slaves that were in the united states get a citizenship. it allowed the former slaves to have the same rights as a person that already has a citizenship would have. the fourteenth amendment allowed the slaves to be equal to the other citizens of the united states, and it gave them protection in the united states.
it defined the process for re-admittance of the former confederate states into the united states of america is not your answer because this was not the process the u.s took to make an agreement with the confederate states to being all as one country.
it ensured the right to vote to all male citizens of the united states, regardless of race, color, or prior servitude is not your answer because the fifteenth amendment is the one that ensured that everyone has the right to vote, no matter what their race, color, or servitude was.
it abolished slavery in the united states is not your answer because the thirteenth amendment is the amendment that abolished slavery, not the fourteenth amendment.
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expressed powers are those explicitly named in the constitution. they are called designated powers or counted forces. since the framers imagined the congress as the most dominant branch, its forces are most obviously shown in article i, section 8
implied powers will be forces of u.s. government which have not been expressly conceded by the constitution but rather that is suggested by the essential and appropriate statement to be appointed to carry out the specified forces.
inherent forces are those forces that congress and the president require so as to take care of business right. in spite of the fact that not indicated in the constitution, they are sensible forces that are an intelligent piece of the forces assigned to congress and the president.