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Constitutions Beyond U.S.
World Constitutions Illustrated [HeinOnline]
Includes the current constitution of every country, substantial history of the constitutional law of several countries, including France and the United Kingdom, and a range of secondary materials and sources.
How to Find Tribal Constitutions
Guide on how to find Tribal Constitutions by using the name of the tribe, full-text searches, using subscription (fee-based) resources, as well as selected online and print resources.
U.S. Constitutional Materials
The Avalon Project: The American Constitution
Hosted at Yale Law School. Comprehensive source of primary and secondary legal research resources; includes access to TWEN web courses. Includes: Declaration of Independence, Articles of Confederation, Notes on the debates in the Federal Convention, Federalist Papers, and the Ratification Resolutions of the States
America's Founding Documents [National Archives]
Known collaboratively as the Charters of Freedom. Information about and transcripts of the Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights.
United States Constitution
Hosted by Library of Congress' Primary Documents in American History
Constitution of the United States of America: Analysis and Interpretation [Congress.gov]
This resource, also known as the Constitution Annotated, contains legal analysis and interpretation based on Supreme Court case law.
American Memory Project: Documents from the Continental Congress
Documents from the Continental Congress and the Constitutional Convention, 1774 to 1789.
The Founder’s Constitution
Hailed as "the Oxford English Dictionary of American constitutional history," the print edition of The Founders' Constitution has proved since its publication in 1986 to be an invaluable aid to all those seeking a deeper understanding of one of our nation's most important legal documents. This Web Edition is a joint venture of the
University of Chicago Press and the Liberty Fund.
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