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Constitution Day  

In commemoration of United States Constitution Day, the Berkeley College Libraries have assembled these resources for you to browse.
Last Updated: Sep 8, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Constitution Websites

  • Constitution Facts
    In this website, you'll find interesting insights into the men who wrote the Constitution, how it was created, and how the Supreme Court has interpreted the United States Constitution in the two centuries since its creation.
  • Constitution Day
    Use this website for activities, learning, parades and demonstrations of our love for the United State of America and the Blessings of Freedom Our Founding Fathers secured for us. (from the website)

  • National Constitution Center
    On September 17, 1787, the Founding Fathers signed the most influential document in American history: the United States Constitution. This document established the framework of our government and the rights and freedoms that “We the People” enjoy today. In 2012, the National Constitution Center is serving as the national headquarters for the 225th anniversary of the Constitution’s signing.

Web 2.0 Resources

Twitter: Follow news about the Constitution and the Supreme Court on at these usernames: usconstitution (National Archives);  ConPro (Constitution Project); USSupremeCourt;  SCOTUSOpinions

Constitution for iPhone and iPod Touch (Clint Bagwell Consulting) – FREE! This free iPhone App gives the complete text of the U.S. Constitution and all Amendments, with notes on the adoption of each.

LawStack: (iPhone App)  FREE! A legal library in your pocket. LawStack comes preloaded with the following:

US Constitution (as amended May 5, 1992)
Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (Dec 1, 2011)
Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure (Dec. 1, 2011)
Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure (Dec. 1, 2011)
Federal Rules of Evidence (Dec. 1, 2011)
Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure (Dec. 1, 2011)

SCOTUSblog: SCOTUSblog is devoted to comprehensively covering the U.S. Supreme Court without bias and according to the highest journalistic and legal ethical standards.  The blog is provided as a public service and is sponsored by Bloomberg Law.

Charters of Freedom: An online exhibit from the National Archives, includes images and information about the Making of the Charters though the Bill of Rights and the Impact. Excellent Scholarly resource.



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