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We welcome all polite corrections to our information. For the Framers, policies needed to be developed from the bottom up. The Constitution of the United States was intended to be an evolving document. Congressional legislation, passed to implement provisions of the basic law or to adapt it to changing conditions, also broadens and, in subtle ways, changes the meaning of the Constitution. The Constitution and Bill of Rights put great emphasis on preserving freedom of the press and speech, reflected in American curricula in subjects such as composition and rhetoric.

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Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (September 6, 1990)

ISBN: 0195058143

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