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What constitutional provision has been used to make most of the provisions within the Bill of Rights applicable to the states?
A. Fourteenth Amendment Due Process Clause

B. Fourteenth Amendment Equal Protection Clause

C. Fourteenth Amendment Privileges or Immunities Clause

D. Fifth Amendment Due Process Clause

is it C

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