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"Provocative, engaging, and not an inappropriate introduction to George Anastaplo. Discourse on the 'right of revolution,' it turns out, was precisely what got him into trouble with the Illinois bar 45 years ago. He remains important as much for what he has written since as for what he did then."

"This companion to Anastaplo's The Constitution of 1787... argues that the constitutional amendments implement the equality, liberty, and rule of law principles fundamental to the American system of government."

"Those desiring to engage in the enterprise of 'thinking about the Constitution' in the company of a resourceful and knowledgeable guide will find this book quite interesting and enjoyable."

"A marvelous instrument for introducing citizens to their Constitution."