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394 views • July 10, 2021

[Teaser] How to Read the Constitution: A Lively Lesson on America’s Most Famous Document

Life and Times
Life and Times
We all know of the historical significance of the U.S. Constitution, but have you actually read it? The language of America’s most famous document may seem a bit out of date in the 21st Century, but what about its content? How does it relate to our lives today? The Fourth of July and the Declaration of Independence — these go hand in hand with the U.S. Constitution. But some say the Constitution is out of touch with our times, while others say it is what makes America America, and what should protect America. So to get our Constitutional facts straight, Kay Rubacek, host of NTD’s Life & Times program, took a lesson from Paul Skousen, a former CIA intelligence officer, journalist, author, and instructor on the U.S. Constitution.
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