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National Constitution Center

The National Constitution Center was established by Congress to “disseminate information about the United States Constitution on a non-partisan basis in order to increase the awareness and understanding of the Constitution among the American people.” 19 more words


Article 1: Part 3

Another weekend, another chunk of the Constitution. I’m going to try to stagger these with other posts, because if I let this project dominate my blog too much I think I’ll just get frustrated and abandon the project, and I’m finally starting to write with some frequency again. 1,792 more words

Holy Crap That Got Long

SLC School Children's Constitution and Flag Monument Books Now Available Online

Just in time for back to school season, the Utah State Archives is pleased to make available a fascinating collection of student-created records through our online… 210 more words



August 26 in history:

The 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution took effect on August 26th, 1920, giving American women the right to vote.

It’s the birthday of the first woman… 117 more words

Today In History

10-Year-Old Fresno Boy Memorizes U.S. Constitution, Recites It in 25-Minute Video

What did you do this summer? Take a trip to the beach? Go camping?

Nathan Bond probably has you beat.

The 10-year-old from Fresno, California, did a few of those things, plus he found time to memorize the entire US Constitution. 304 more words


Article 1, Part 2

Quick note before we begin, once again I want to thank the U. S. Constitution Online site, which has made this much easier than it otherwise would be since I can just copy and paste the relevant parts of the Constitution from them. 1,409 more words

U.S. Constitution

Article 1: Part 1

Welcome back to my ongoing series on the Constitution! Like the preamble, my first post was more a mission statement than anything with real content, but I still managed to miss a couple things I wanted to mention. 1,247 more words

U.S. Constitution