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I have a deep love and respect for the men and women who founded the United States and set up it's system of government. I love the stories of noble sacrifice, of struggle, compromise, and of everyone bringing something to the table. I love the story of imperfect people creating something astonishing that has inspired the world.
The Constitution of the United States of America was signed Sept. 17, 1787. The men who signed it were all in. They were putting themselves, their children and their children's children at it's mercy. But everything wasn't hanging on an unknown experiment; it was based on years and years of research of the most successful and free governments throughout history. It is the story of men giving power away. You don't find that very often.
I celebrate Constitution Day every year, because more than the 4th of July (which I also love), what happened on Sept. 17 is the substance which created the country that I love. I believe that reading and understanding this document is vital to retaining the freedoms that it gives us.
Please join me as we learn, practice gratitude and pass the torch to the younger generation.
To celebrate, I am holding a massive giveaway!
This week I will be reviewing and giving away the following:
Plus, when you subscribe for weekly updates, I will send you a list of vetted resources that will help teachers and parents know how to best teach about this remarkable document. This is a great resource that you will be able to refer to year after year! You do need to subscribe to enter, but you can always unsubscribe if you like. (But then you would miss out on a lot of cool stuff!)
When you enter, make sure to scroll through all the screens on the Rafflecopter Giveaway slider (by clicking on the arrows below the title), so you can see all the prizes you are interested in. Good luck and have fun celebrating!
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