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The constitutional amendments passed during Reconstruction

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    Thirteenth, fourteenth and the fifteenth amendments of the constitution of the United States of America.

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    The amendments which were passed during the time of reconstruction in the United States of America were the thirteenth amendment, the fourteenth amendment and the fifteenth amendments.

    These amendments were passed after the civil war got over in the country and the aim of passing these amendments was to end up slavery and servitude in the nation.

    The people who still practiced and owned slaves would be considered as criminals and would be given punishments. The only people who could practice servitude was the prison who could use jail inmates.
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