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Catalog Foundations of Freedom

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Foundations of Freedom
foundations.jpgA Living History of our Bill of Rights By John H. Rhodehamel, Stephen Rhode, and Paul Von Blum

Grades 9-12

Foundations of Freedom traces the evolving history of the Bill of Rights. It begins at the Magna Carta and goes through the colonial period leading to the drafting of the Bill of Rights. It then follows the significant 19th and 20th century Supreme Court cases, constitutional amendments, and laws that helped the Bill of Rights develop. This lively narrative chronicles the events, issues, and people shaping the Bill of Rights and sets them against an impressive collection of photographs, illustrations, political cartoons, and primary source reproductions. Special features in each chapter highlight important people, events, and Supreme Court decisions.

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This book was made possible by a generous grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation. Primary sources were provided by the Huntington Library in San Marino, California.

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