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The guest talked about his new book, Our Constitution, published by Oxford University Press] and written for high school students. Topics included the history of the constitution, controversies over certain parts of it, legal implications, and amending the constitution. He responded to telephone calls and electronic mail. close
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Donald A. Ritchie Associate Historian U.S. Senate
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