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The State Constitutions

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The State Constitutions and the Articles of Confederation (1776)
From hippocampus.org, produced by University of CA and Monterey Institute for Technology and Education
In 1776, members of Congress believed a formal plan was needed to unify the colonies, secure foreign assistance, and formally declare America's break from England. Thomas Jefferson prepared the formal Declaration of Independence, after which Congress... [more]
December 10, 2009 at 03:38 PM
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Questioning the Constitution
From classroomclips.org, produced by University of Virginia
This is a series of 12 short videos on how the Constitution works and the questions that are raised by people as it applies to them and the circumstances. Many major concerns such as the right to declare war, who has power the congress or the preside... [more]
July 17, 2011 at 10:15 PM
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