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REF 342.73 CON Constitutional Amendments,1789 to the present.
1 Vol., gives: original text, overview, origins and history,
through the centuries including related court cases
REF 342.73 CON The Constitution and its Amendments.
REF 342.73 PEN *Constitutional Amendments, from freedom of speech to flag burning.
REF 342.73 VIL Constitutional Amendments, proposed amendments, and amending issues.
SEARCH TIP: In any of the databases or websites listed, you can try to search by your amendment (1st amendment; 4th amendment, etc.) BUT you should also search by keywords that describe your amendment (gun control, freedom of speech, cruel punishment, death penalty, electoral process, etc.)
Search these for related current news articles.
This database allows one to examine different viewpoints on a variety of subjects: eg.; gun control
These sites provide Reference material, Magazines, Newspapers, Primary Source, and Multimedia images
Middle School Librarian
"Subjects" are in the left hand column: books for this project are listed under LAW
Click on individual book covers of the reference book you want to use:
then search by keyword for information on your Amendment.
One of the print reference books from the center LibGuide box can be found here:
The Constitutional Amendments, from Freedom of Speech to Flag Burning.
Do not use Google!
Constitution of the United States - World Digital Library
US Library of Congress, 2016
National Constitution Center
National Constitution Center, n.d.
LII | US Constitution | Constitution | US Law/ LII Legal Information Institute
Cornell University Law School, n.d.