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What Is the Constitution, a textbook section for grades 3-5
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The Making of the American Constitution, a video assignment for grades 7-9
The People Debate Ratifying the Constitution, a DBQ for grades 6-12
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You Decide: Is Liberty or Security More Important after 9/11? - an interactive simulation for grades 9-12
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