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Regarded by many as a modern miracle, the United States Constitution is one of the most impressive and important documents in human history. Yet clearly the continued vitality of the Constitution and its principles is not a given. Modern trends undermine the survival of the Constitution and its institutions. This book serves to remind us that it is not enough to merely enshrine the Constitution as an interesting historical relic; rather, the prophets urge us to keep it alive by studying and understanding its principles, being responsible in our civic duties, and being righteous citizens of our communities.
About the Author
Donald Q. Cannon is a professor of Church history and doctrine and a former associate dean of Religious Education at Brigham Young University. He received bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Utah and a doctorate from Clark University. He now lives in Orem, Utah.
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