The Constitution of the United States: An Introduction - Part V: The Constitution of the United States, Part VI: Know Your Q's and A's Summary & Analysis

Floyd G. Cullop
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Part V: The Constitution of the United States, Part VI: Know Your Q's and A's Summary and Analysis

Part V: The Constitution of the United States contains a reprint of the exact text as it appears in the original document. Cullop has included this so students may test what they have learned in earlier chapters and put it to use in order to understand the document the way it was written.

This section starts with the preamble, which students may note is not labeled as such, but is simply what the introductory passage is called. The preamble is often recited in its entirety by history students and is by far the most well-known passage in the Constitution.

The preamble is one paragraph long, and read as follows:

"We the people of...

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