Constitution 101: The Meaning and History of the U.S. Constitution - Hillsdale College

29 March 2012
My boys and I visited the "Statue of Liberty" in Nazareth, Texas (near my hometown).


Constitution 101: The Meaning and History of the U.S. Constitution - Hillsdale College

Looking for more information about the Constitution for you or your students?? Now, especially in the moment of the discussion of the Health care mandate and the upcoming Presidential election of 2012.

This is a GREAT resource and it's FREE (you can donate if you have the money).

So what is it?

About Constitution 101

“Constitution 101: The Meaning and History of the Constitution” is a 10-week online course presented by Hillsdale College.

Featuring an expanded format from the “Introduction to the Constitution” lecture series with Hillsdale College President Dr. Larry Arnn, Constitution 101 follows closely the one-semester course required of all Hillsdale College undergraduate students.

In this course, you can:

*watch lectures from the same Hillsdale faculty who teach on campus;
*study the same readings taught in the College course;
*submit questions for weekly Q&A sessions with the faculty;
*access a course study guide;
*test your knowledge through weekly quizzes; and
upon completion of the course, receive a certificate from Hillsdale College.

You must register in order to participate in Constitution 101. Even if you have already signed up for a previous Hillsdale webcast or seminar, we ask that you complete the simple registration process for Constitution 101.

There is no cost to register for this course, but we ask that you consider a donation to support our efforts to educate millions of Americans about our nation’s Founding documents and principles.

Questions? Email constitution@hillsdale.edu.


I believe it's Week 7 coming up soon...

Here is the layout:

1. The American Mind
Larry P. Arnn
Monday, February 20

2. The Declaration of Independence
Thomas G. West
Monday, February 27

3. The Problem of Majority Tyranny
David Bobb
Monday, March 5

4. Separation of Powers: Preventing Tyranny
Kevin Portteus
Monday, March 12

5. Separation of Powers: Ensuring Good Government
Will Morrisey
Monday, March 19

6. Religion, Morality, and Property
David Bobb
Monday, March 26

7. Crisis of Constitutional Government
Will Morrisey
Monday, April 2

8. Abraham Lincoln and the Constitution
Kevin Portteus
Monday, April 9

9. The Progressive Rejection of the Founding
Ronald J. Pestritto
Monday, April 16

10. The Recovery of the Constitution
Larry P. Arnn
Monday, April 23

To read more about the past week (Week 6):

To view this session and access the lecture, readings, study guide, and quiz for Week Six, please:

• Go to hillsdale.edu/constitution
• Click the "Sign In" button at the top of the page
• Enter your email address in the space provided
• Click “Religion, Morality, and Property”
• Select the "Q&A Session" tab along the left side of the page

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