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The U.S. Constitution and You

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Do You Know How the U.S. Constitution Works

to Protect You, Your Friends, and Your Family?

It gives you and every American citizen many rights, including the right to vote, as well as to enjoy freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom to worship--or not worship-- according to your beliefs, to disagree openly with government policy, and to defend yourself in courts of law when accused of crimes or other wrongs.

Open this book to learn more about your rights . . . and also to learn which rights are reserved for the state and the community where you live.

"It's a useful addition to the study of U.S. History and Government."

--School Library Journal

More fascinating books on government by Syl Sobel

The Bill of Rights

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How the U.S. Government Works

Synopsis:

Written in terms kids can understand, this revised and updated book explains what the United States Constitution does, and describes how it affects and protects people today. Boys and girls discover how that great document gives citizens many rights, including the right to vote, as well as to enjoy freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom to worship--or not worship--according to their religious beliefs, to disagree openly with government policy, and to defend oneself in courts of law when accused of crimes or civil wrongs. Kids also see how, according to the Constitution, many rights are reserved for the separate states, communities, and individuals. This book's language is clear and simple. It cites many examples that relate directly to each student's own experiences. This new edition has been updated with interesting topics for classroom discussion.

About the Author

Syl Sobel, J.D., is Director, Publications and Media Division, Federal Judicial Center in Washington, D.C., and the author of several books for young readers that describe how government works.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780764147944
Author:
Sobel, Syl
Publisher:
Barron's Educational Series
Author:
Sobel J. D., Syl
Author:
Syl Sobel, J.D.
Subject:
Politics & Government
Subject:
Children s-Peace and Justice
Edition Description:
Trade paper
Publication Date:
20120231
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
from 2 up to 6
Language:
English
Pages:
48
Dimensions:
9.25 x 7 in
Age Level:
from 7 up to 12

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"Synopsis" by , Written in terms kids can understand, this revised and updated book explains what the United States Constitution does, and describes how it affects and protects people today. Boys and girls discover how that great document gives citizens many rights, including the right to vote, as well as to enjoy freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom to worship--or not worship--according to their religious beliefs, to disagree openly with government policy, and to defend oneself in courts of law when accused of crimes or civil wrongs. Kids also see how, according to the Constitution, many rights are reserved for the separate states, communities, and individuals. This book's language is clear and simple. It cites many examples that relate directly to each student's own experiences. This new edition has been updated with interesting topics for classroom discussion.
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