posted by Anthony on .
The Due Process Clause guarantees that:
A. the National Government will not interfere with Constitutional rights.
B. states are not bound to their state constitutions in matters of individual rights.
C. states will not deny people any basic or essential liberties.
D. state governments will police the National Government.
I'm stick between A and C?
The Due Process Clause is included in the 14th Amendment, passed in 1868. That fact plus this article should clarify which of your answers is correct.
Okay so then the answer would be C?
Right. The 14th Amendment guarantees that states (Southern states, specifically) will not deny anyone (including former slaves) their rights.
Thanks Ms. Sue!
You're welcome, Anthony.