The Constitution of the United States of America is the document establishing the way in which the country was to be governed by laws, adopted in 1787, together with amendments added since then. The first ten amendments, adopted as a group in 1791, are commonly referred to as "The Bill of Rights." Sites listed offer the text of the constitution and its amendments as well as annotations, cross-references and links.
The entire text of the Constitution, Bill of Rights and Declaration of Independence, with details about other facets of American government.
From the Senate. Shown is original text and an explanation of what each section means.
Seeks to advance environmental law issues, intergenerational ethics, and the concern for posterity stated in the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution. Provides articles and documents related to the U.S. Constitution and environmental protection.
An article that in detail explains why the "missing 13th amendment" is a myth, and why fringe groups claim it exists.
History of a pro-slavery constitutional amendment proposed by Congress in 1861.
Advocating an interpretation of the Constitution, which they believe accords with original intent. Study courses, newsletters, and seminars.
Explains rights using humorous text and visuals. Includes actual text and Supreme Court decisions.
Shown are history, development, documents from states related to ratification, interpretation and amendments.
Anthology on writings of founders of the government from the early seventeenth century to the 1830s. Indexes, search and themes.
Biographical information about the men who created the U.S. Constitution.
The text of the Constitution and Amendments and a comment/question area/FAQ.
At the National Archives and Records Administration. Downloads of high resolution images of the constitution are provided along with transcripts and articles of explanation.
A highly accessible version of the U.S. Constitution, Bill of Rights, and the rest of the Amendments. Takes advantage of modern browsers but can be used text only.
Internet resources on the constitution. Maintained by the Washburn University School of Law.
Brief history of the document together with the text in its entirety.
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