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The full text of the United States Constitution is available on the U.S. senate website, senate.gov. This website contains all sections of every article and all subsequent amendments to the constitution. More »

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View the full text of the Oath of Allegiance to the United States by visiting the page with that title on the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services website. The Oath of Allegiance embodies the ideas that are set out ... More »

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The Preamble to the United States Constitution is a written introduction to the statutes listed in the Constitution. The brief paragraph, written by the Constitutional Convention in 1787, is said to be the statement that... More »

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Historian Charles Beard's controversial 1913 interpretation of the framing of the United States Constitution was based on his view that the Founding Fathers were motivated by class interests and self-serving economic con... More »

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A printable copy of the U.S. Constitution with amendments is available through the U.S. National Archives website. Go to Archives.gov and click the Research Our Records link. From the Research page, click Browse Online E... More »

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The About the Signers page on the website, Constitution Facts, provides facts about each signer of the U.S. Constitution. There is a fact for each signer, and they are organized by state of origin. More »

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The three main parts of the U.S. Constitution are the Preamble, the Articles (numbering seven) and the Amendments (numbering 27). The Constitution was drafted by the Founding Fathers in 1787 at the Constitutional Convent... More »

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