Best Constitutions Books
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1. The Know Your Bill of Rights Book: Don't Lose Your Constitutional Rights–Learn Them!
Author: by Sean Patrick
Published at: Oculus Publishers (October 7, 2013)
National BestsellerDon’t lose your Constitutional rights.Learn them. Do you really want the crooked baby-kissers and fake news to tell you what your rights are? Wouldn’t you rather discover them for yourself? The Founders fought tirelessly to guarantee these God-given rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
But let’s face itthe Bill of Rights is hard to understand. Its text is flowery and puzzling. It’s full of legal and political jargon. And without the right historical background, it’s impossible to grasp the full meaning, importance, and scope of each of the amendments (and especially the second amendment).
This book is the shortcut. With it, you’ll quickly reach a deep understanding of the Bill of Rights thanks to the precise definitions of key words, crucial historical contexts, and enlightening insights from the Founders and their peers.So, if you’re …
Struggling to understand the United States Bill of Rights … Wondering how it should apply to modern society … And maybe even doubting whether it should still be held as inviolable today, 230 years after its writing …… And if you want to discover what the two-faced corruptocrats and their media lackeys absolutely hate the most about our country and Constitution ……
2. The Constitution and the Declaration of Independence: The Constitution of the United States of America
Author: by The Founding Fathers
Published at: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (June 30, 2016)
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.
Reading them as they were written is a must for every American. Regular reading 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.
3. The Constitution of the United States and The Declaration of Independence
Author: by Delegates of The Constitutional Convention
Published at: Racehorse (October 11, 2016)
It’s more important than ever for every American to know exactly what the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the Declaration of Independence actually says. Here is the essential, 45-page, pocket-size edition. Now a USA Today Bestseller! The greatest gifts from our Founding Fathers are the two most fundamental documents in American politics.
This quick, easy reference for our federal government’s structure, powers, and limitations includes:The Constitution of the United StatesThe Bill of RightsAll Amendments to the ConstitutionThe Declaration of IndependenceWhether you are a Democrat, Republican, or independent, whether you are a support of Donald Trump or not, if you live and vote in the United States of America, you understand that The Constitution of the United States and The Declaration of Independence are two of the most important documents in American history.
They convey the principles on which the country was founded and provide the ideals that still guide American politics today. Signed by the members of the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia on September 17, 1787, The Constitution outlines the powers and responsibilities of the three chief branches of the federal government (executive branch, judicial branch, legislative branch), as well as the basic rights of the citizens of the United States (freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of religion, etc.
4. The Constitution of the United States of America: The Declaration of Independence, The Bill of Rights
Author: by Founding Fathers
Published at: East India Publishing Company (August 20, 2020)
This book is a public collection of the three original documents in the founding of the United States of America and include, the Declaration of Independence, The Constitutions, and the Bill of Rights. Combined these documents are excellent primary historical sources for the American Revolution and the formation of the new republican state.
The Constitution of the United States of America is the ultimate law of the country. The document embodies the doctrine of the separations of the executive powers of the federal government. The Declaration of Independence outlines the grievances of the Thirteen Colonies and explains why they are at war with the Kingdom of Great Britain.
It was signed by representatives of all original Thirteen Colonies. The Bill of Rights records the first ten amendments or additions to the United States Constitution, written after the successful American Revolution, and the creation of the republican government. The Bill of Rights added specific guarantees of political rights and personal freedoms to the original Constitution.
5. Constitution of the United States (Books of American Wisdom)
Author: by Founding Fathers
Published at: Applewood Books; This beautiful gift edition contains the complete text of the United States Cons (April 1, 1995)
The landmark legal document of the United States, the U.S. Constitution comprises the primary law of the Federal Government. Signed by the members of the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia on September 17, 1787, the Constitution outlines the powers and responsibilities of the three chief branches of the Federal Government, as well as the basic rights of the citizens of the United States.
This beautiful gift edition contains the complete text of the United States Constitution, as well as all of its amendments. It is a treasure for Americans of all ages.
6. The 5000 Year Leap
Author: by W. Cleon Skousen
Published at: National Center for Constitutional Studies (January 1, 2007)
This is the best-selling Original Authorized Edition regularly featured by Glenn Beck to Fox TV viewers as a Must Read! The nation the Founders built is now in the throes of a political, economic, social, and spiritual crisis that has driven many to an almost frantic search for modern solutions.
The truth is that the solutions have been available for a long time – in the writings of our Founding Fathers – carefully set forth in this timely book. In The 5000 Year Leap: A Miracle That Changed the World, Discover the 28 Principles of Freedom our Founding Fathers said must be understood and perpetuated by every people who desire peace, prosperity, and freedom.
Learn how adherence to these beliefs during the past 200 years has brought about more progress than was made in the previous 5000 years. These 28 Principles include The Genius of Natural Law, Virtuous and Moral Leaders, Equal Rights-Not Equal Things, and Avoiding the Burden of Debt.
7. The Federalist Papers (Dover Thrift Editions)
Author: by Alexander Hamilton
Published at: Dover Publications (August 20, 2014)
An excellent reference for anyone who wants a better understanding of the Constitution, this compilation of eighty-five articles explains and defends the ideals behind the highest form of law in the United States. The essays were written and published anonymously in New York newspapers during the years 1787 and 1788 by three of the Constitution’s framers and ratifiers: Alexander Hamilton, General George Washington’s Chief of Staff and first Secretary of the Treasury; John Jay, the first Chief Justice of the United States; and James Madison, father of the Constitution, author of the Bill of Rights, and fourth President of the United States.
Thomas Jefferson hailed The Federalist Papers as the best commentary ever written about the principles of government. Milestones in political science and enduring classics of political philosophy, these articles are essential reading for students, lawyers, politicians, and those with an interest in the foundation of U.S.Government and law.
8. The Naked Communist: Exposing Communism and Restoring Freedom (Freedom in America) (Volume 2)
Author: by W. Cleon Skousen
Published at: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; Izzard Ink Anniversary Edition (April 15, 2017)
A timely update to the phenomenal national bestseller. Soon after its quiet release during the height of the Red Scare in 1958, The Naked Communist: Exposing Communism and Restoring Freedom exploded in popularity, selling almost two million copies to date and finding its way into the libraries of the CIA, the FBI, the White House, and homes all across the United States.
From the tragic falls of China, Korea, Russia, and the UN, to the fascinating histories of Alger Hiss, Whittaker Chambers, Elizabeth Bentley, and General MacArthur, The Naked Communist lays out the entire graphic story of communism, its past, present, and future.
After searching unsuccessfully for a concise literature on the communist threat, W. Cleon Skousen saw the urgent need for a comprehensive book that could guide the American conversation. So he distilled his FBI experience, decades of research, and more than one hundred communist books and treatises into one clarifying, readable volume that became a touchstone of American values and earned praise from the likes of President Ronald Reagan, Glenn Beck, and Ben Carson.
9. We the People
Author: by Benjamin Ginsberg
Published at: W. W. Norton & Company; Essentials Twelfth edition (December 19, 2018)
Politics is relevant and participation mattersnow more than ever With fresh insight from new co-author Andrea Campbell, We the People, Twelfth Edition, once again sets the standard for showing students how government impacts their lives and why it matters who participates.
Campbell relates true, personal stories of how government affects ordinary citizens. This focus is reinforced by the book’s signature Who Are Americans? And Who Participates? Features which motivate critical thinking about how Americans experience and shape politics. Learning goals ensure that students maintain consistent focus on core concepts in the text, in its companion InQuizitive learning tool, and in supporting critical-thinking exercises.
10. The Declaration Of Independence, United States Constitution, Bill Of Rights & Amendments
Author: by Founding Fathers
Published at: 12th Media Services (April 20, 2017)
A full collection of the most important documents in the creation of the United States of America. This book contains the following documents: The Declaration of Independence The Articles of Confederation The Constitution of the United States of America The 1789 Joint Resolution of Congress Proposing 12 Amendments to the U.S.
Constitution The Preamble to The Bill of Rights The Bill of Rights: Amendments 1-10 The Constitution: Amendments 11-27 Brief Histories of The Founding Fathers
11. US Constitution: Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights, & Amendments
Author: by Various
Published at: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; Large type / Large print edition (August 1, 2016)
This book contains in large print the complete text of the three most important documents in American history:The United States Declaration of Independence, adopted at the Second Continental Congress meeting at Philadelphia in July 1776.The U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights; the collective term of the first ten constitutional amendments, created in 1789 and ratified in 1791 at the Philadelphia Congress.
The Constitutional Amendments – eleven through to twenty seven. The publisher humbly advances the notion that every American citizen should claim ownership of a copy of these essential documents, in order to benefit from and reference the wisdom which went into their creation.
Together with the principle text, this edition contains images provided courtesy of the United States National Archives as well as independent photographers. Proceeds from the sale of this book go to the American Red Cross, which provides aid and relief in the United States during times of calamity or disaster.
12. The U.S. Constitution and Other Writings (Leather-bound Classics)
Author: by Editors of Thunder Bay Press
Published at: Canterbury Classics; Lea edition (October 1, 2017)
We the People of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union …The U. S ConstitutionThe U.S. Constitution and Other Writings is part of the Leather-bound Classics series and is a collection of the crucial documents, speeches, and other writings that shaped the United States.
In addition to the Constitution, readers can review the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, the Federalist Papers, important presidential speeches, and many others. Both famous and lesser-known, but equally important, Americans are represented, including Benjamin Franklin, Victoria Woodhull, Frederick Douglass, Susan B.
Anthony, and even the creators of the rules of baseball. The founders’ inspirational and revolutionary ideals are all here, and this is a perfect volume for anyone who finds the history of America to be a fascinating and enlightening journey.
13. The Founding Myth: Why Christian Nationalism Is Un-American
Author: by Andrew L Seidel
Published at: Sterling; Illustrated edition (May 14, 2019)
Do In God We Trust, the Declaration of Independence, and other historical evidence prove that America was founded on Judeo-Christian principles? Are the Ten Commandments the basis for American law? A constitutional attorney dives into the debate about religion’s role in America’s founding.
In today’s contentious political climate, understanding religion’s role in American government is more important than ever. Christian nationalists assert that our nation was founded on Judeo-Christian principles, and advocate an agenda based on this popular historical claim. But is this belief true?
The Founding Myth answers the question once and for all.Andrew L. Seidel, a constitutional attorney at the Freedom from Religion Foundation, builds his case point by point, comparing the Ten Commandments to the Constitution and contrasting biblical doctrine with America’s founding philosophy, showing that the Bible contradicts the Declaration of Independence’s central tenets.
Thoroughly researched, this persuasively argued and fascinating book proves that America was not built on the Bible and that Christian nationalism is, in fact, un-American.Trim size:6.125 x 9 Inches
14. Crisis of the Two Constitutions: The Rise, Decline, and Recovery of American Greatness
Author: by Charles R. Kesler
Published at: Encounter Books (February 16, 2021)
American politics grows embittered because it is increasingly torn between two rival constitutions, two opposed cultures, two contrary ways of life. American conservatives rally around the founders’ Constitution, as amended, and as grounded in the natural and divine rights and duties of the Declaration of Independence.
American liberals herald their living Constitution, a term that implies the original is dead or superseded, and that the fundamental political imperative is constant change or transformation (as President Obama called it) toward a more and more perfect social democracy, made possible by man’s increasingly god-like control of his own moral evolution.
Crisis of the Two Constitutions details how we got to and what is at stake in our increasingly divided America. It takes controversial stands on matters political and scholarly, describing the political genius of America’s founders and their efforts to shape future generations through a constitutional culture that included immigration, citizenship, and educational policies.
15. The Second Founding: How the Civil War and Reconstruction Remade the Constitution
Author: by Eric Foner
Published at: W. W. Norton & Company; 1st edition (August 11, 2020)
Gripping and essential. Jesse Wegman, New York TimesAn authoritative history by the preeminent scholar of the Civil War era, The Second Founding traces the arc of the three foundational Reconstruction amendments from their origins in antebellum activism and adoption amidst intense postwar politics to their virtual nullification by narrow Supreme Court decisions and Jim Crow state laws.
Today these amendments remain strong tools for achieving the American ideal of equality, if only we will take them up.
16. Understanding the Arizona Constitution
Author: by Toni McClory
Published at: University of Arizona Press; Second edition (November 15, 2010)
Arizona became the nation’s 48th state in 1912 and since that time the Arizona constitution has served as the template by which the state is governed. Toni McClory’s Understanding the Arizona Constitution has offered insight into the inner workings and interpretations of the documentand the government that it establishedfor almost a decade.
Since the book’s first publication, significant constitutional changes have occurred, some even altering the very structure of state government itself. There have been dramatic veto battles, protracted budget wars, and other interbranch conflicts that have generated landmark constitutional rulings from the state courts.
The new edition of this handy reference addresses many of the latest issues, including legislative term limits, Arizona’s new redistricting system, educational issues, like the controversial school voucher program, and the influence of special-interest money in the legislature. A total of 63 propositions have reached the ballot, spawning heated controversies over same-sex marriage, immigration, and other hot-button social issues.