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The Declaration of Independence
The full text of the Declaration of Independence.
The Federalist Papers
A list of titles of the 85 Federalist Papers.
U.S. Congressional Documents and Debates, 1774-1875
A century of lawmaking for a new nation.
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The Constitution of the United States
The full text of the U.S. Constitution.
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Introductory information about the U.S. Constitution, written by the Hon. Jack Brooks.
Bill of Rights
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Other Amendments to the Constitution
The full text amendments 11 through 27 to the Constitution that have been ratified.
Amendments Not Ratified
The full text of amendments to the Constitution that have been proposed but not ratified.
Tag Archives: Constitution
I shared a post on Facebook which said it was a quote from Lincoln. My son asked, “is that true?” and “where did he say it.” It is true and he said it in the Lincoln/Douglas Debate. Lincoln’s 1860 Presidential … Continue reading
I apologize for the nation I am leaving you. When I was a child, and when I was a young mother, the United States of America was a great nation. We had our faults but we were looked up to … Continue reading
Well we do have immigration laws. They were passed by Congress. What we got today was an edict. We seem to be getting more and more of those. We seem to be in danger of losing our constitutional republic. I … Continue reading
I’m not a constitutional lawyer, I’m not even a lawyer. I’m just a woman who sits here at home, not in a basement or in pajamas, and reads a lot of news online. I read the local papers, I read … Continue reading
From Investors Business Daily: Does U.S. Need To Split Along Political Lines? By WALTER WILLIAMS Ten years ago I asked the following question in a column titled “It’s Time To Part Company”: “If one group of people prefers government control … Continue reading