Education: We, the People

The bill backed by the National Security League to make instruction in the United States Constitution compulsory in the schools has been adopted by California, which is the twenty-second state to pass the measure. The states which have enacted the bill are: Gal., Del., Ma., Ida, Ill., la., Mass., Mich., Minn., Nev., N. H., N. J., N. M., N. C., Ohio, Ore., R. I., S. D., Tenn., Tex., Utah and Vt.

If all the seventy-odd amendments to the Constitution offered at the last session of Congress had been adopted, there might be many new jobs...

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