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If our government no longer faithfully adheres to the
Constitution, ultimately the problem is that we are not doing our
part as enlightened citizens; and when we find that the
government's current actions are out of step with the Constitution,
it is our duty as citizens to act.
Most basically, we have the duty to throw out all elected officials
who abuse the Constitution and to replace them with new officials
who will faithfully preserve, protect, and defend the
For years, Americans have remained silent as our government
encroaches on our freedoms. Join Michael Farris, founder and
chancellor of Patrick Henry College and Chairman of the Home School
Legal Defense Association as he delves into the history of our
nation's most important document and provides the training to turn
America back towards a proper understanding of American
Episode 1: Introduction to the Constitution
A must for all homeschoolers
From HomeschoolMom of Westchester, New York on 1/11/2017.
From IntheGarden of Bel Air, Maryland on 9/12/2016.
From Anonymous of Northville, Michigan on 3/10/2016.
8/18/2016 – At the end of each chapter in the workbook, there are probe questions. Answers for theses are not in the answer key. Is . . .
9/16/2014 – How do I know whether I have the first edition DVD set or the second? Mine shows a 2011 copyright.
9/16/2014 – Regarding this question that was asked in July, which I've copied below - any progress on making these three revised episodes . . .
7/25/2014 – Is there any thought of selling the three revised episodes from the Second Edition of Constitutional Literacy separately . . .
6/24/2014 – What are the differences between the first and second editions? I cannot find anything addressing this. Thanks!
10/8/2013 – I purchased these DVDs and am using them in a homeschool co-op. Do I need a special license or permission to do this? I am . . .
5/24/2012 – Are these DVD's subtitled or closed captioined? I'm hearing impaired. Thank you!
9/17/2011 – Is this course comparable to a high school level civics course, and is it enough to earn high school credit.
6/8/2011 – Is this course in Constitutional Literarcy suited to an 8th grade student who has a deep interest in politics and government? . . .
6/7/2011 – Is this product designed to be the basis for a high school level course? Are suggested readings, review questions,and/or . . .
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