Can you pass a 10-question quiz on the Constitution? Let’s see if you know the basic facts about our nation’s most enduring document.
Akhil Reed Amar talks about a big anniversary Constitution Week and his upcoming Friday event at the National Constitution Center.
Harlow Giles Unger looks at how a freshman congressman, John Quincy Adams, battled Thomas Jefferson in the first test case about the First Amendment.
In September 1787, “We the People” basically meant “We the Men.” This year, the fate of this manly constitutional project rests more than ever in the hands of women.
Our nation’s Constitution was forged here in Philadelphia 225 years ago this month. But even in this city of brotherly love, disharmony reigned during much of the time in making it.
Are you ready to celebrate the Constitution’s 225th birthday on September 17th? Here are 10 key numbers you should know—in an easy-to-print graphic!
The National Archives put on public display on Friday the “fifth page” of the Constitution, a document that hasn’t been seen in public before.
Here is a transcript of the Constitution's fifth page.