What makes the U.S. Constitution unique, anyway? Featuring Prof. Tartakoff

From its frequent references in political speeches to its appearances in popular culture, the United States Constitution is perhaps the best-known document in the country. But beyond possibly having memorized its preamble in middle school, how much do you actually know about the law of the land? In honor of Sept. 17 being Constitution Day, Laura Tartakoff, senior instructor in the Department of Political Science at Case Western Reserve, shared some lesser-known facts about the oldest written national federal constitution in effect today.

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