The Confederate Constitution
- (2/-1) The Confederate constitution bans the foreign importation of these from anywhere except certain places in the United States.
- (4/-2) The second amendment to the Confederate constitution (ironically) prohibits states from doing this, but preserves a state\'s right to nullify a federal law.
- (6/-3) Voting rights were extended to these Confederate citizens by their Sixth Amendment, while their Union counterparts had to wait for the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment.
- (8/-4) Five-word phrase present in the U. S. Constitution omitted from the Confederate preamble; no wonder they lost the war.
- (10/-5) The President of the Confederacy was limited to one term of this length, the same as the term of a Senator, after which he could not be re-elected.
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