How often have people claimed that a certain thing was "in the Constitution" and you've wanted to pull out a copy to show them what this incredible document really says?
This is the book you want to keep with you at all times: the full text of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, the two documents that are the backbone of United States government. Hearing them as they were written is a must for every American. Regular listening is required for any historian or member of the legal profession, and a good idea for all Americans.
Acclaimed Constitutional scholar Paul Skousen, author of How to Read the Constitution, frames this simple text with a brief preface and a summary of important facts about these two documents, including important dates, for the ultimate quick reference. Throughout the text of the Constitution, he provides a clear guide to parts that became invalid due to later amendments, making the current meaning clear. Without intruding on the meaning, Skousen gives you a great tool for understanding our most basic principles of good government. An inspiring introduction by New York Times best-selling author Dan Clark will put you in the right frame of mind to listen to and appreciate these great documents.
This handy guide can become your best friend, and you'll want to keep a copy nearby. Here is your chance to become an expert on two of the most important documents that shaped our country!
©2016 Paul B. Skousen, Dan Clark, Izzard Ink Publishing (P)2016 Izzard Ink Publishing
I would. I like to listen on the go. The narrator was great.
How to Read the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.
I did listen to Rogue Lawyer. Both are done very well.
The Constitution always moves me.
This is a great reading of our founding documents.
It has to be one of the top readings I have heard of The Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.
The Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.
Of course the reading of The Constitution and the Declaration of Independence but I also enjoyed the myths.
I should listen to our founding documents often.
This is a great additional to an American's audio book collection. A great professional version of the Constitution.
At the beginning the author states the American Constitution is the first one written...untrue. I'll get another book to learn about the Constitution, thanks.
The narration is great.
It is one of the best narrated version of the Constitution I have come across. Well worth it.
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