After the Slaughterhouse Cases changed the intent of the Fourte…
Question 9b of 10 - Incorporation
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- Question: After the Slaughterhouse Cases changed the intent of the Fourteenth Amendment, how did the Supreme Court apply it?
- It used the due process clause.
- It used the equal protection clause.
- It declared some rights to be opposed to the concept of "ordered liberty."
- It declared that the Slaughterhouse Cases were irrelevant and continued as if they had never existed.
The correct answer is: It used the due process clause.
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