The ratification of the fourteenth and fifteenth amendments to the constitution had made a change in the history of the United States towards politics and society as well. Some of those changes had included in equal rights, immunities to all citizens including to African Americans, and lastly, no governments in the United States were allowed to deny a citizen from the right to vote. Politics and society were very much affected by those changes in the ratification of the fourteenth and fifteenth amendment towards the constitution. The historical development that took place during the ratification towards the constitution was similar to other historical developments such as the differences between Federalists and Antifederalists. The federalists were interested in shaping the United States by creating the constitution that took place during 1787. While creating the constitution they had hoped it would strengthen the national government. While the anti federalists were very much opposed to the ratification. They were opposed because they wanted to have power in the states and not in the central government. Federalists wanted a constitution and the Anti Federalists wanted articles of confederation. They each got their support from different areas. The Federalists got their support in the urban areas and the Anti Federalists got their support in the rural areas. Another historical development that is similar to the ratification towards the constitution was the Edmund Randolph and Virginia plan. It was similar because Edmund proposed a plan for a stronger central government that would be centralized. That is how the ratification towards the constitution was similar to other historical developments. Specific examples of evidence that prove how the ratification towards the constitution had made changes towards the United States politics and society are some that were mentioned in the thesis. In the fourteenth amendment the constitution declares that all persons born in the U.S. are American citizens. That amendment was adopted in 1868 & it also stated that no citizens shall be deprived of “life, liberty, or property without due process of law”. The amendment was very much opposed by the Southern states and that led them to them being forced to approve it before they could regain representation. The amendment also meant that putting African Americans on an equal footing with whites and providing a guarantee of equality before the law. A specific example of how the fifteenth amendment impacted the ratification towards the constitution, politics, and society was that in the fifteenth amendment it states that it prohibits each government in the U.S. from denying a citizen the right to vote. This was based on the citizen’s race, color, or previous condition of servitude. That included in African Americans voting rights, though voting rights had to be ratified in 1869. Except African American woman could not vote because women were not guaranteed the right to vote until the ratification of nineteenth amendment in 1920. The nineteenth amendment guarantees that all American women have the right to vote. It took a long time for all American women to vote & it all started in the 1800’s when women began to organize petitions and who also striked for the right to vote. After many decades they were allowed to vote. Those are some specific examples of evidence on that proves on how the ratification towards the constitution made some changes towards U.S. politics and society.The connection between the ratification toward the constitution and another situation would be the racist groups such as the Ku Klax Klan that was led by Nathan Forrest. He used violence to intimidate and threaten African Americans who tried to exercise their new rights now that with the fourteenth and fifteenth amendments that were ratified. Also the 14th and 15th amendments were somewhat similar to the 19th amendment as mentioned earlier. The 19th amendment gave women a voice but also created social and political changes throughout the U.S. Much like the 19th amendment the 14th and 15th amendments had made a new and huge social era that helped pushed toward wealth and success to the U.S. Those are the connections between the argument and a historical situation as well as era.