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The Constitution of the U.S.: An Introduction (edition 1984)

by Floyd G. Cullop (Author)

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"We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect Union..."Thus opens the impassioned Preamble to this nation's Constitution. Written in its eloquent final form by Gouverneur Morris of New York, ratified in 1788 and put into effect the following year, the Constitution, in the years since its creation, has come to be recognized as one of history's most significant political documents.In this self-study book, Floyd G. Cullop carefully explains and comments upon the Constitution -its Preamble, main body, and amendments -so that readers may fully understand what it meant to our founding fathers and what it means to us today. This revised and updated edition covers all the changes that have been made in the structure of the federal government since original publication of the book.… (more)
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"We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect Union..."Thus opens the impassioned Preamble to this nation's Constitution. Written in its eloquent final form by Gouverneur Morris of New York, ratified in 1788 and put into effect the following year, the Constitution, in the years since its creation, has come to be recognized as one of history's most significant political documents.In this self-study book, Floyd G. Cullop carefully explains and comments upon the Constitution -its Preamble, main body, and amendments -so that readers may fully understand what it meant to our founding fathers and what it means to us today. This revised and updated edition covers all the changes that have been made in the structure of the federal government since original publication of the book.

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