By Christopher Dreisbach
This publication considers the prestige of constitutional literacy within the usa besides how one can determine and increase it. the writer argues that pervasive constitutional illiteracy is an issue for either legislation enforcement businesses and for usual electorate. in response to the author’s many years of educating in legislations enforcement organisations round the nation, this booklet argues for the ethical and pragmatic price of constitutional literacy and its program in twenty-first century society.
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Constitutional Literacy: A Twenty-First Century Imperative by Christopher Dreisbach