The Constitution of the United States, Smithsonian Edition
Read what the Constitution means for "We the People. " The Constitution of the United States is more than two-hundred-and-thirty-years old, but it is referenced and debated in daily conversations about the US government and political landscape.
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Read what the Constitution means for "We the People." The Constitution of the United States is more than two-hundred-and-thirty-years old, but it is referenced and debated in daily conversations about the US government and political landscape. With this handsome Smithsonian edition, now you can carry around a defining document of America's history in a dignified and striking book that's also perfect for display. It features an illuminating introduction from the Smithsonian Institution, lending an important perspective from a leading voice and authority of American history. The Constitution serves as the foundation of America's governance and protects the rights of its citizens. From ensuring a system of checks and balances to granting the right to vote, this document affects every citizen. It's a must-read to understand the blueprint of our country, the role we play in upholding the Constitution, how it has adapted over time with amendments, and how it may yet still evolve. This durable and portable book will help you keep up with the latest conversations about our supreme law of the land.