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Ratifying The Constitution

Author: Michael Allen Gillespie
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How the United States Constitution was ratified by Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Georgia, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maryland, South Carolina, New Hampshire,Virginia, New York State, North Carolina, Rhode Island.

Writing The Constitution

Author: Patricia Brinkman
Publisher: Benchmark Education Company
ISBN: 1410864502
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Read about the Constitution and why it is important.

Shaping The Constitution

Author: Gare Thompson
Publisher: Benchmark Education Company
ISBN: 1450907628
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Readers learn about the people and ideas that influenced the writing of the United States Constitution and the formation of the United States government.

The Constitution

Author: Michael Stokes Paulsen
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0465093299
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From war powers to health care, freedom of speech to gun ownership, religious liberty to abortion, practically every aspect of American life is shaped by the Constitution. This vital document, along with its history of political and judicial interpretation, governs our individual lives and the life of our nation. Yet most of us know surprisingly little about the Constitution itself, and are woefully unprepared to think for ourselves about recent developments in its long and storied history. The Constitution: An Introduction is the definitive modern primer on the US Constitution. Michael Stokes Paulsen, one of the nation's most provocative and accomplished scholars of the Constitution, and his son Luke Paulsen, a gifted young writer and lay scholar, have combined to write a lively introduction to the supreme law of the United States, covering the Constitution's history and meaning in clear, accessible terms. Beginning with the Constitution's birth in 1787, Paulsen and Paulsen offer a grand tour of its provisions, principles, and interpretation, introducing readers to the characters and controversies that have shaped the Constitution in the 200-plus years since its creation. Along the way, the authors provide correctives to the shallow myths and partial truths that pervade so much popular treatment of the Constitution, from school textbooks to media accounts of today's controversies, and offer powerful insights into the Constitution's true meaning. A lucid and engaging guide, The Constitution: An Introduction provides readers with the tools to think critically and independently about constitutional issues—a skill that is ever more essential to the continued flourishing of American democracy.

The Rape Of The Constitution

Author: Keith Sutherland
Publisher: Imprint Academic
ISBN: 9780907845706
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Lord Hailsham once remarked that if you removed a brick from the wall of the British constitution, the building was likely to collapse; yet New Labour has embarked on a reckless path of constitutional change, with little regard for the long-term consequences. Has the increase in executive power turned Bagehot's disguised republic' into an elective dictatorship?

Amending The Constitution

Author: Eric Oatman
Publisher: Benchmark Education Company
ISBN: 145090727X
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"When the U.S. Constitution was written more than 200 years ago, many people thought something was missing. Learn how leaders decided to add the bill of rights to protect the rights of individuals. Discover why these amendments are as important today as they were in 1791"--Cover.

Is The Supreme Court The Guardian Of The Constitution

Author: Robert A. Licht
Publisher: American Enterprise Institute
ISBN: 9780844738130
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This book examines the controversy surrounding the conventional wisdom that the Court is the guardian of the Constitution and the ultimate defender of our liberties.