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Putting our Constitution back where it belongs: into the hearts and minds of all Americans, and in the classroom. A citizen's view of a revered document Since its inception, the United States Constitution has been the subject of millions of pages of opinion, interpretation and academic punditry. "The Faultless Imperfection" attempts to present the entirety of the prefacing Putting our Constitution back where it belongs: into the hearts and minds of all Americans, and in the classroom. A citizen's view of a revered document Since its inception, the United States Constitution has been the subject of millions of pages of opinion, interpretation and academic punditry. "The Faultless Imperfection" attempts to present the entirety of the prefacing articles, the original document's wording and its later amendments. In each section, specific references and individual allowances or prohibitions are discussed - from an average citizen's viewpoint - without the semantic soliloquies so apparent in all those past tomes produced by those who either seek to restate or reduce this cherished document's content. To add fuel to the dying embers of understanding of the Constitution by our younger generation, the addition of numerous suggestions and possible revised language is discussed. More importantly delineated is the emphasis on the need to become reasonably familiar with this instrument of our founding. The work is intended for John/Jane Q. Public and hopefully their children. As their parents become aware of the paucity of any formal education on the subject - once a required study in schools which has gone the way of other subjects considered either irrelevant in today's highly mobile society, or discarded as a necessary loss to make way for instruction in the modern, more liberally oriented curriculum - maybe they/we will be motivated to spearhead a return to a study of The Faultless Imperfection of the Constitution of the United States in our minds and in our schools.


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Putting our Constitution back where it belongs: into the hearts and minds of all Americans, and in the classroom. A citizen's view of a revered document Since its inception, the United States Constitution has been the subject of millions of pages of opinion, interpretation and academic punditry. "The Faultless Imperfection" attempts to present the entirety of the prefacing Putting our Constitution back where it belongs: into the hearts and minds of all Americans, and in the classroom. A citizen's view of a revered document Since its inception, the United States Constitution has been the subject of millions of pages of opinion, interpretation and academic punditry. "The Faultless Imperfection" attempts to present the entirety of the prefacing articles, the original document's wording and its later amendments. In each section, specific references and individual allowances or prohibitions are discussed - from an average citizen's viewpoint - without the semantic soliloquies so apparent in all those past tomes produced by those who either seek to restate or reduce this cherished document's content. To add fuel to the dying embers of understanding of the Constitution by our younger generation, the addition of numerous suggestions and possible revised language is discussed. More importantly delineated is the emphasis on the need to become reasonably familiar with this instrument of our founding. The work is intended for John/Jane Q. Public and hopefully their children. As their parents become aware of the paucity of any formal education on the subject - once a required study in schools which has gone the way of other subjects considered either irrelevant in today's highly mobile society, or discarded as a necessary loss to make way for instruction in the modern, more liberally oriented curriculum - maybe they/we will be motivated to spearhead a return to a study of The Faultless Imperfection of the Constitution of the United States in our minds and in our schools.

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