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Constitution of the United States

Constitution of the United States This NARA (National Archives and Records Administration) site explores the history and impact of the Constitution of the United States, ratified more than 200 years ago and still the basic law by which we live. Content includes high-resolution pictures of the actual
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Constitution of the United States


This NARA (National Archives and Records Administration) site explores the history and impact of the Constitution of the United States, ratified more than 200 years ago and still the basic law by which we live. Content includes high-resolution pictures of the actual document, a section on Amendnments 1-10 (which we know as The Bill of Rights), and a section exploring all the other amendments. There is also a Q&A section presenting dozens of fascinating facts about the Constitution, plus information about "The Framers," the men who created this document.

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• High School Middle School Elementary School

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