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The Word That’s Not in the Constitution

by Stuart Shepard You won’t find this word in our nation’s founding document. You can search every Article, every Section. It’s a word that, given the historical context and how common it was in the late 1700s, you would expect to be in there. But it’s not. I was sitting in a packed classroom with […] The post The Word That’s Not in the Constitution appeared first on Family Policy Alliance.
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