"I do not believe there are more than a very limited number of persons, perhaps a hundred who really know what is in the Constitution of the United States."
by:
Dr. John J. Tigert
U. S. Commissioner of Education, October, 1924
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It is exactly 100% right....
 -- monica, hyderabad     
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    And why would that be? It's a well circulated and public document. That the power brokers don't want you to know what's in it is a given...but shame on every American who hasn't bothered to learn at least the basics.
     -- J Carlton, Calgary     
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    I suspect that most of the recent high school graduates don't even know or care that we have a Constitution. A fair percentage can't read anyway.
     -- jim k, Austin, Tx     
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    Isn't it odd how this all dumbed-down education started to take place during and after the year 1913 when the Progressives such as Woodrow Wilson and Teddy Roosevelt got a foothold on the educational system?
     -- Mary - MI     
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