• A Guide to Our Resources

    Match our award-winning videos and games to your excellent teaching! You can also download a brochure that makes it easy to find all our multimedia resources on the Constitution.
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  • Speak Out Comments Contest: free ipod
    Speak Out!

    The spring iPod Giveaway is under way! The top two comments on Speak Outs articles will receive an iPod Nano or iPod Touch at the end of the school year. Comment as many times as you like on Speak Outs posted this spring.
                                                           

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  • The Right to Remain Silent

    Our latest video explores the landmark Supreme Court ruling Miranda v. Arizona that expanded legal rights for criminal suspects. This 25-minute documentary examines the 1966 decision that led to the now-familiar Miranda warning that begins "You have the right to remain silent..."
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  • FlackCheck.org

    This page at FlackCheck.org contains videos that will help viewers identify recurrent deceptive techniques in political advertisements and rhetoric using illustrations from the 2012 and previous campaigns.
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  • FactCheck.org

    FactCheck.org, a sister site to FlackCheck.org, aims to reduce deception and confusion in U.S. politics by monitoring the accuracy of what politicians and political groups say, cutting through the political spin, and debunking viral emails.
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  • Constitution Daily

    Check out the National Constitution Center's daily blog, featuring articles by journalists, historians and scholars that address timely constitutional topics and current events. 
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