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Mar 22

Patrick Henry & The Bill of Rights

Patrick Henry (1736-1799) was an eloquent orator and motivational leader at the time of the Revolutionary War. He was a great American patriot, a strong believer in citizens’ rights, and a prominent spokesman for independence from England. On March 23, … Read More

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Apr 16

New Website Teaches About the U.S. Constitution

The U.S. Constitution: A Reader Hillsdale College is pleased to announce a new resource to teach about the U.S. Constitution so it’s engaging and enjoyable for students of any age. It’s the new Constitution Reader website: ConstitutionReader.com! This no-cost digital resource … Read More

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Oct 06

Free Online Course: The Presidency and the Constitution

Hillsdale College politics faculty members teach a free, 10-week, not-for-credit course, which will help you understand the structure and function of executive power in the American constitutional order. The online course begins with studying the place of the president in the … Read More

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Sep 15

Celebrate Constitution Week with these Resources

Constitution Week is the commemoration of America’s most important document. It is celebrated annually during the week of September 17-23. On September 17, 1787, the founding fathers changed the course of American history – they signed the United States Constitution. … Read More

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Aug 20

Understanding the Constitution Book & Study Guide

The United States Constitution is the blueprint by which our nation’s government is intended to operate.  Yet most citizens have no idea what the Constitution actually says. “Understanding the Constitution:  Ten Things Every Citizen Should Know About the Supreme Law … Read More

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Jun 25

Citizens Rule Books

“You have rights antecedent to all earthly governments; rights that cannot be repealed or restrained by human laws; rights derived from the Great Legislator of the Universe.” –John Adams, Second President of the United States The 4th of July is … Read More

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Feb 24

Restoring Education Central to American Greatness – Fifteen Principles That Liberated Mankind from the Politics of Tyranny

David A. Norris, recipient of the 2004 Man of the Year Award from the Women for Constitutional Government, offers insightful analysis and perspective into the unique and specific American principles – no longer taught in most classrooms – that once liberated … Read More

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Feb 01

FREE Pocket Catechism on the Constitution

The Constitution of the United States… it’s America’s supreme law, and the greatest legal document ever written. Respected worldwide, more than 100 countries have modeled their governments on it. But it gets no respect at home. Few Americans read it, … Read More

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