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U.S. History Topics » Government » U.S. Constitution

Interactive Constitution

lets you search the Constitution and find relevant passages and explanations. Discover how the Constitution relates to more than 300 topics, from civil rights to school prayer, including Supreme Court decisions. (National Constitution Center)

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Interesting Fact:

The First Amendment states five freedoms -- religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition -- that together form the foundation of American democratic government. In the original Bill of Rights, this amendment appeared third, after amendments on reapportionment and congressional pay raises.
Image of the facade of the Supreme Court building.

The Judiciary...
The least dangerous branch

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