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The Oyez Project (Northwestern University)
Listen to the Supreme Court justices as they deliberate cases, using this complete source of all audio recorded since the installation of a recording system in the Court in 1955.
The Supreme Court Database
Washington University in St Louis School of Law
Thomas: Legislative Information on the Internet
A database of congressional activity dating back to 1973. You can find bills, treaties and the congressional record, and track current activity on the House and Senate floor.
University of Richmond
The Constitutional Rights Foundation
A wide array of resources, including lesson plans and enrichment texts, on constitutional issues designed to help students understand the Constitution and become better citizens.
The Conversation (Articles on the First Amendment)
Step up from Wikipedia. This edited news source features explanatory articles prepared members of the academic nd research community.
Newseum Institute's First Amendment Center
This a "forum for the study and exploration of issues related to free expression, religious freedom, and press freedom and an authoritative source of information, news, and analysis of these issues."
The National Archives Charters of Freedom
Explains the making of and impact of the Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights. It includes images of the documents, biographies of the framers, and fun facts.
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