Floyd G. Cullop Writing Styles in The Constitution of the United States: An Introduction

Floyd G. Cullop
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"The Constitution of the United States: An Introduction" by Floyd G. Cullop is a non-fiction work that examines and explains the United States Constitution. Cullop is a history teacher from Monroe County, Tennessee, who has many years of experience in teaching middle and high school students, grades 8-12. The book was designed and written to target a young adult audience or more specifically, those students in middle school and high school.

Floyd G. Cullop has spent many years as a history teacher and has written a number of historically related works, including several on the Constitution as well as the "Constitution and the Supreme Court." As a history teacher Cullop has encountered many students who found it daunting to read and understand the Constitution of the United States and decided to present the document in its entirety and original form, along with clearly stated definitions and explanations of...

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