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How can I better understand the U.S. Constitution without reading all of it?

How can I better understand the U.S. Constitution without reading all of it? Topic: Supreme court case studies
April 19, 2019 / By Mora
Question: No Buckwheat, I'm actually not planning to run for Congress. I would however like to know about my liberties and freedoms as an American born U.S. citizen.
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Lisha Lisha | 5 days ago
Study up on all the Supreme Court cases there have been. They are the ones that have the final say on what the Constitution means. Or you can just sit down and read the Constitution yourself. It's not that long, and should only take a few minutes. Also, this site is pretty good explaining it. It has a copy of the Constitution you can read, gives some history on different parts of it, and explains what many of the terms mean: http://www.usconstitution.net/
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