'The U.S. Constitution' Looks at America's Supreme Law
One of the most potent symbols in American history is the U.S constitution. In "The U.S. Constitution", author Don Thayer simplifies reader's understanding of the Constitution and all its facets.
"The U.S. Constitution" shows readers that the Constitution was written simply and clearly. It is a written document, signed by the first state representatives and the legislatures of every state that has joined the Union since that time. This book emphasizes what it actually says. Although it was written over 200 years ago using archaic terminology, there is no real ambiguity about the meaning of the text. This book was written by the author to remind readers of the actual meaning of the American Constitution.
This highly engrossing book captures the essence of the Constitution, as it should be read. It simplifies the reading of all aspects of the Constitution and provides readers with practical and easy to understand interpretations in all its facets. It is proof that one does not have to be a scholar to be well versed in America's supreme law.
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About the Author
Don Thayer grew up in northern Ky, served in the U S Marine Corps from 1984 to 1987, then lived in southern CA for 4 years in his early twenties. He moved to Colorado in 1992, loved the mountains, and finally settled down for the first time after moving to the Steamboat Springs area in 2000.
The U.S. Constitution* by Don Thayer
Here Is What It Says
Publication Date: February 21, 2014
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