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Constitution Day 2020: Websites

Evaluating Websites (and other resources)

Choosing Sources

Tips on how to recognize reliable sources by evaluating them in terms of relevance, currency, audience, and credibility.

Online Resources About the Constitution

  • Constitutional Law:  This guide was created by Gustavus librarians and contains links to many resources related to constitutional law.
  • Founders Online allows you to read the Founders' own words about creating the Constitution.
  • National Archives:  View a scanned copy of the U.S. Constitution, or read a transcript.
  • "Pieces of History" blog posts related to the Constitution and Constitution Day (National Archives).
  • Library of Congress:  This research guide contains primary sources, digital collections, and links to other online resources.
  • Law Library of Congress:  Contains background information on Constitution Day, along with related government documents, journal articles, and web resources.
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