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The Declaration of Independence
The Declaration of Independence
Background, History, and the Beginning of the Revolution
Conservatives, Liberals, and the Founding: The Meaning of the Debate Over Natural Rights
Interpreting the Declaration
The Declaration of Independence and Natural Rights
The Declaration of Independence Historical background
The Declaration of Independence: A Study on the History of Political Ideas [1922], Carl Lotus Becker]
(Detractor Argument) The Declaration of Independence and International Law, David Armitage
The Stamp Act and the Sugar Act

The United States Constitution
The United States Constitution
The Purpose of the Preamble to the Constitution
An Annotated Version of the US Constitution
A Philosophical and Historical Analysis of Modern Democracy
Interactive Constitution
Interactive Constitutional Timeline
Benís Guide to US Government for Kids
Brain Pop
Political Philosophy of the Constitution
Theories of Constitutional Interpretation
Exploring Constitutional Law
Is God Unconstitutional? The Established Religious Philosophy of America 
The Roots of Our Constitutional Liberty, J. David Gowdy
How History Made the Constitution
The Founders Constitution

The Bill of Rights
The Bill of Rights
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