Understanding the Constitution
by Dennis AuBuchon
Publisher: AuBuchon Books, Articles and Services 2014
Number of pages: 66
The objective of this book is to provide information about each article and amendment to the Constitution in a way that the reader understands the requirements in relation to is sues of the day. Examples of decisions and actions where applicable are provided in relation to the article or amendment being discussed.
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