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Fourth Amendment may refer to the:
- Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, part of the Bill of Rights, prohibiting unreasonable searches, seizures, and recognizing Americans' right of privacy.
- Fourth Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland, which lowered the voting age from twenty-one to eighteen
- Fourth Amendment of the Constitution Bill, 1968, a failed attempt to amend the Irish constitution by abolishing proportional representation elections
- Constitution Alteration (Social Services) Act, 1946, the fourth amendment to the Constitution of Australia, which extended the powers of the federal government over social services
- Fourth Amendment of the Constitution of South Africa, which made technical changes related to the election of provincial legislature and the National Council of Provinces
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