The 10-Minute Guide To The U.S. Constitution

By Admin, December 30, 2012


Turns out there may be a truly useful — if not urgent — purpose to having members of Congress take turns reading the U.S. Constitution. And party affiliation has nothing to do with it. According to the latest survey from the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, elected officials in the United States actually understand less about the U.S. Constitution than average Americans — who don’t exactly qualify as Constitutional scholars to begin with.


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