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Table Of Contents

Chapter l THE WORK BEGINS: BLUEPRINT FOR A NATION
Chapter 2 LEGISLATION: WHO CREATES OUR LAWS
Chapter Tree EXECUTIVE POWER: USED OR ABUSED
Chapter Five WHO DOES WHAT, WHY, AND WHEN
Chapter Six OOPS, THINGS WE FORGOT LIKE BASIC RIGHTS
CHAPTER 7 FIRST AMENDMENT WHAT DOES IT REALLY SAY?
Chapter Eight GUNS, MILITARY HOUSEGUESTS, AND SEARCH WARRANTS
Chapter Nine THE COMMON CRIMINAL & COMMON LAW Amendments 5, 6, 7, and 8
Chapter Ten YOUR JOB OR MINE? Amendments 9, 10, and 11
Chapter 13 WHO VOTES? CHANGING THE LAW Amendments 19, 23, and 26
Chapter 17 LET’S RESTORE THE CONSTITUTION, IF WE CAN…
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Revisiting the Constitution

Revisiting the Constitution

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“ The founding fathers offer their views on gun control, government and religion, immigration, legalization of narcotics, taxes, redistribution of wealth, term limits, judicial fiat, supreme court rulings and a host of other topics that concern today’s citizenry.”

“More than 224 years have passed since the forefathers of our great nation framed an enduring and supreme law, the United States Constitution. Revisiting the Constitution is nothing short of a passport through time, providing a historically accurate and unique perspective of the magnificent discourse which surrounded the creation of this time-honored doctrine. Any American citizen seeking a deeper understanding of the nation’s moral, legal, and governmental underpinnings can learn from such an outstanding text. Moreover, the words and enlightenment within come directly from authors such as Jefferson, Franklin, Madison, and Hamilton. Revisiting the Constitution should be everywhere, from eighth-grade civics classrooms to constitutional law libraries.”
—Dr. Ed Massey, president of Indian River State College, Florida

Revisiting the Constitution should be mandatory reading in high school and college and recommended reading in every American household. Elizabeth Renzulli’s masterpiece is an important work for everyone who loves and respects the United States of America.”
—Ken Pruitt, Florida Senate president 2006–2008.

“ The founding fathers offer their views on gun control, government and religion, immigration, legalization of narcotics, taxes, redistribution of wealth, term limits, judicial fiat, supreme court rulings and a host of other topics that concern today’s citizenry.”

“More than 224 years have passed since the forefathers of our great nation framed an enduring and supreme law, the United States Constitution. Revisiting the Constitution is nothing short of a passport through time, providing a historically accurate and unique perspective of the magnificent discourse which surrounded the creation of this time-honored doctrine. Any American citizen seeking a deeper understanding of the nation’s moral, legal, and governmental underpinnings can learn from such an outstanding text. Moreover, the words and enlightenment within come directly from authors such as Jefferson, Franklin, Madison, and Hamilton. Revisiting the Constitution should be everywhere, from eighth-grade civics classrooms to constitutional law libraries.”
—Dr. Ed Massey, president of Indian River State College, Florida

Revisiting the Constitution should be mandatory reading in high school and college and recommended reading in every American household. Elizabeth Renzulli’s masterpiece is an important work for everyone who loves and respects the United States of America.”
—Ken Pruitt, Florida Senate president 2006–2008.

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