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Why Constitution Day Matters
September 17th, 1787 is as much a day we should celebrate as July 4th, 1776. Sure, we all love the fireworks and parades on Independence Day, but it seems that Constitution Day is pretty much ignored. So let’s remember why we have a Constitution, what it was created to do, and what We the People can do to use it to protect not only our rights, but those of our families, our neighbors, and everyone. Then we will look at some of the idiosyncrasies of the ratification of the Constitution, and what you can do to understand this document better.
In the second hour of this special episode of The Constitution Study, we celebrate the signing of the Constitution for the United States of America. Most people will fall into one of two groups⏤either they haven’t read the Constitution, or they’ve read it and have questions. In celebration of Constitution Day, Paul Engel will answer questions from guests. If you want to get answers to your constitutional questions or find out how to read and study the Constitution for yourself, Paul will have suggestions at the end of the broadcast.
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