Constitution Quiz

Today is Constitution Day. The U.S. Constitution is 236 years old.

On September 17, 1787, all 12 state delegations (not 13) approve the Constitution. 39 delegates sign it of the 42 present.

The U.S. Constitution does not supersede the Articles of Confederation.
The U.S. Constitution was written to discharge Ben Franklin’s 18 million livre war debt. The Constitution was constituted by constitutors. Oh my.

Black’s Law Dictionary definition of Constitutor

Constitution Quiz — How well do you really know the U.S. Constitution?


Which one of the following words is in the U.S. Constitution?
PICK ONE

Attorney
Bank
Blood
Border
Cabinet
College
Currency
Democracy
English
Federal
Firearms
Inalienable
Immunity
Nation
National
Navigable
Perjury
Prisons
Prosecutor
Separate
Veto

Government Overreach

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