NOW MORE THAN EVER, students need the intellectual power to recognize societal problems; ask good questions and develop robust investigations into them; consider possible solutions and consequences; separate evidence-based claims from parochial opinions; and communicate and act upon what they learn. And most importantly, they must possess the capability and commitment to repeat that process as long as is necessary. Young people need strong tools for, and methods of, clear and disciplined thinking in order to traverse successfully the worlds of college, career, and civic life.
Did the Constitution Establish a Just Government?
Why did the framers of the Constitution believe a new document was necessary?
How did the constitution structure the government?
How did the framers protect slavery in the Constitution?
How democratic was the 1787 Constitution?
Should Safety Outweigh Freedom?
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