A copy of the Constitution can be purchased online at Amazon.com. The most popular version of the Constitution on Amazon.com is the "Pocket Constitution Edition." It is also possible to purchase a replica of the Constitution on Amazon.com by searching for "U.S. Constitution Antiqued Replica."
The website of the Bill of Rights Institute provides the full text for both the Constitution of the United States of America, written in 1787, and the Bill of Rights, which was added to the Constitution in 1791. The first 10 amendments to the Constitution constitute the Bill of Rights.
A 1987 Time Magazine report found that roughly 160 countries around the world had governing documents modeled at least in some part after the U.S. Constitution. However, as of 2012, many countries had amended their charters in ways that made them more dissimilar than at any point since the 1940s.
The first draft of the U.S. Constitution was written by a Committee of Detail consisting of John Rutledge, Edmund Randolph, Nathaniel Gorham, Oliver Ellsworth and James Wilson. A Committee of Style composed of William Samuel Johnson, Alexander Hamilton, Gouverneur Morris, Rufus King and James Madiso
The National Archives displays the original text of the U.S. Constitution on its website. The U.S. Government Publishing Office publishes all information from the federal government, including copies of the Constitution. The GPO bookstore currently offers two pocket-sized books that contain the U.S.
The original Constitution of the United States of America is on display in the Rotunda for the Charters of Freedom at the National Archives Museum in Washington, D.C., as of 2015. The rotunda also houses the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights.
The original purpose of the Constitutional Convention was to revise the Articles of Confederation. However, it really turned into a debate on how America should be governed, resulting in the United States Constitution.
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 Exhibits. Under the heading View More Online Exhibits, click The Charters of Free
The Constitution outlines the national framework of government with its three branches: executive, judiciary and legislative. It describes the qualifications, responsibilities and powers of the president, members of Congress, the judiciary and principles of federalism, and it details how the Constit
The Government Printing Office offers the authenticated text of the Constitution as a printable PDF file. The National Archives scanned the physical copy of the Constitution and made high resolution images available that are suitable for printing.