The American constitution is considered one of the most advanced constitution in the world. This is so because it pioneered various judicial proceedings and processes. The main aim of the American constitution is to create a constitution that would not only protect the sovereignty of the United States as a country and its citizens. These clauses have led to the protection of various groups and demographics in the American population and court rulings that have helped define the constitution and its clauses. The American constitution strives to
ensure the equality and justice of all American citizens. Furthermore, the American constitution constantly evolves to meet the needs of different demographics of the American population. These clauses have been introduced to amend previous challenges America encountered and possible future challenges. This essay shall analyze the 3’5th Clause of Article one, section 2 of the U.S. Constitution, the 5th amendment, the 10th amendment, the 13th Amendment, and the 14th Amendment and their impact on different people.
3’5th Clause of Article one
According to the 3’5th Clause of Article one, any individual who was not free or a slave was considered three-fifth of an individual.