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The Third Amendment to the United States Constitution reads:
“”No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the Owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law.
 Parsing the Third Amendment
This amendment was very relevant to the era in which it was first passed, since the forcible quartering of British Soldiers was one of the things that precipitated the American Revolution. It is considerably less relevant now as the US military provides housing for its troops.
None! Zero! Zilch! This appears to be the only amendment nobody has had any issues with and can, generally, agree upon the interpretation of. But really, will that last?
 Memorable Quotations
“”"You troops are just going to have to sleep on the patio" is a perfectly Constitutional thing for you to tell them.
|—Dave Barry Slept Here: A Sort-Of History of the United States|
- Engblom v. Carey at Wikipedia - the only law case involving the third amendment.
- The Onion - Third Amendment Rights Group Celebrates Another Successful Year
| The United States Constitution|
Articles: Article One Legislative Branch, Article Two Executive Branch, Article Three Judicial Branch, Article Four Federalism, Article Five Amendment Procedure, Article Six Supremacy Clause, Article Seven Ratification Procedure.
Amendments: Eleventh Amendment, Twelfth Amendment, Thirteenth Amendment, Fourteenth Amendment, Fifteenth Amendment, Sixteenth Amendment, Seventeenth Amendment, Eighteenth Amendment, Nineteenth Amendment, Twentieth Amendment, Twenty First Amendment, Twenty Second Amendment, Twenty Third Amendment, Twenty Fourth Amendment, Twenty Fifth Amendment, Twenty Sixth Amendment, Twenty Seventh Amendment