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Although it seemed quite important in 1788, Amendment _______, barring the quartering of soldiers in private homes, is outdated today. A. V B. IV C. II D. III
Although it seemed quite important in 1788, Amendment III barring the quartering of soldiers in private homes, is outdated today.
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