Gouverneur Morris, after all, is the man who gave us not “We the Parties” but “We the People.”
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Excuses, excuses: just why do some citizens end up not voting?
Webster ingrained words like “constitutionality” into the language–and the consciousness–of Americans.
A New York Times op-ed defended the use of close-doors talks for the congressional supercommittee. The framers of the Constitution might agree.
Editor’s Note: For the past 200-plus years, we the people have had a lot to say about the Constitution. In each installment of “Say What?” we offer a quick quote–be it wise, quirky, or otherwise memorable–from past or present conversation related to our favorite founding document. Quote “As far as I’m concerned, let’s […]