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 November 28, 2020

By  Oak Norton

U.S. Constitution Class

When is the last time you read the Declaration of Independence or U.S. Constitution? How well do you know your rights and the way the United States Government is set up? Isn’t it about time you refreshed your memory of your rights?

By studying our founding documents and other important works, you will be better prepared to discuss the issues of the day in terms of how they impact your rights.

I have broken up the Declaration and Constitution into a series of 23 “chunks” for easy reading a little at a time. Most have a short Q&A at the end to help make sure you caught a nuance or to share information about why something was done the way it was.

Here’s what you can do.

  1. Either read the cards as you want on this site (and risk forgetting about them)
  2. OR, subscribe to this free 23 day series and we’ll email you 1 segment every day (or every other day), till you’re done.

BONUS: Day 23 contains a pop quiz to see what you’ve learned!

There’s no pressure, no spam, and I promise we don’t sell email addresses to anyone.

Check out Day 1 here for a preview.

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Oak Norton

Father of 5 children, husband to 1 amazingly patient woman, entrepreneur, and education advocate.

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