On Sept. 17, 1787, George Washington witnessed the signing of the United States Constitution
and declared the event "little short of a miracle." The miraculous document, unique among constitutions in its brevity, defined a government of, by and for the people that has withstood over two centuries of trial by fire, tears and bloodshed. Today, as we observe Constitution Day and Constitution Week, the Constitution remains as its framers intended, a living document whose basic principles of freedom and justice continue to evolve. Just as they did two hundred and nineteen years ago, the words "We the People of the United States," continue to inspire the freedom-loving people of "a more perfect Union."
Is Constitution Day Unconstitutional? (Tom Head - About Civil Liberties)
Constitutional Q & A
The Federalist Papers