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Home > Schedule > Constitution Day Presentation

Constitution Day Presentation (Special)

Kalani Fujiwara (Political Science) will give a Special Presentation on what is the History and Political significance of our Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

When:

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Where: Lama 118 (Behind Library)
Time: 10:45 am - 11:45 am

Pre-Workshop videos

Creating a Constitution - 2:32 minutes
Constitution - Hall Pass - 20:43 minutes

Workshop

Facts About the Constitution

On September 17, 1787, the U.S. Constitution was signed by thirty-nine brave men who changed the course of history. Now Constitution Day is a time for us to Continue their legacy and develop habits of citizenship in a new generation of Americans.

US Constitution - Wikipedia Page 1, 2, 3, 4 of the Constitution

The Bill of Rights - Wikipedia

Bill of Rights is the first 10 Ammendments of the Constitution
What are the rights?
What does the Bill of Rights Mean to YOU!

"Price of Liberty is an Eternal Vigilance from the Citizenry" Thomas Jefferson

"We created a Republic, if only you can can keep it" Benjamin Franklin

Resources

Library Books

1787: The Grand Convention - KF4520 .R67 1987

55 Men: The Story of the Constitution Bases on the Day-by-Day notes of James Madison - KF4520 .R63 1986

A companion to the United States Constitution and its amendments - KF4550 .V55 2010

A Detailed Analysis of the Constitution - KF4550 .Z9 C676 1984

A More Perfect Union: The Making of the United States Constitution - KF4520 .P48 1987

The American Constitution: its origins and development - JK31 .K4 1991

American Government: Readings and Cases - JK21 .A445 2012

The Bill of Rights and the states: the colonial and revolutionary origins of American liberties - KF4750.Z95 B55 1992

The Bill of Rights : how we got it and what it means - KF4750 M45 1990

The Bill of Rights in modern America: after 200 years - KF4550.A2 B49 1993 (ebrary - Link)

Constitutional Law: Principles and Practice - KF4550 .H345 2005

Enclyclopedia of the American Constitution - Ref. KF4548 .E53 2000

Encyclopedia of constitutional amendments, proposed amendments, and amending issues, 1789-1995 - Ref. KF4557 .V555 1996

The Framing of the Federal Constitution - KF5420 M67 1987

This Constitution from Ratification to the Bill of Rights - KF4541 .A2 T47 1988

The United States Constitution: A Graphical adaptation - E303 .H46 2008

U.S. Constitution and Declaration of Independence - KF4527 .A56 2009

Online Books (ebrary)

The Bill of Rights in modern America: after 200 years - KF4550.A2 B49 1993 - (ebrary - Link)

The Constitutionalism of American States - (ebrary Link)

The Constitutional Convention a narrative history : from the notes of James Madison - (ebrary Link)

The Living Constitution - (ebrary Link)

Women and the United States Constitution : history, interpretation, and practice - (ebrary Link)

Online Resources

Official Constitution Day Website

Constitution of the United States - Official

Bill of Rights of the United States - Official

Constitution Society

26 US Constitution Resources - FREE

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