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The Fifteenth Amendment may refer to the:
- Fifteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, which guaranteed the right to vote regardless of race.
- Fifteenth Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland, which allowed divorce to be legalized in Ireland.
- Fifteenth Amendment of the Constitution of South Africa repealed some of the provisions inserted into the Constitution by the Eighth and Tenth Amendments which allowed for floor-crossing, that is, allowed members of legislative bodies to move from one political party to another without losing their seats.
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