Answer Our Constitution Archives Quiz & Win Prizes!

We are so excited to launch our new Constitution Archive Search Option with a 21-question quiz about our 90 in 90 Studies!

Here are the Rules:

Each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday we will post a question from one of our 530 archived essays from over 85 constitutional scholars. Using our “Constitution Archive Search Options” at the top right corner of our home page, you can either type in key words with quote signs or use the drop down option searching the specific studies or essayists.

After you enter your search term or search with the drop down, every essay that is either on the topic or references the topic will appear on the right side.  Relevant founding documents, such as a Federalist Paper or a Classic that Inspired the Constitution, will appear on left side.  Simply review the essays or founding documents, find the answer, return to the post with the question and enter your answer in the comments section at the bottom.

The first participant to get the answer correct will win a copy of Constituting America National Youth Director, Juliette Turner’s best selling book, Our Constitution Rocks, and get a ticket entered into our Constituting America Quiz raffle.  Only one book per person.

Winners multiple times will receive multiple tickets in the drawing, and the next person in line who has not yet won a book will receive a book, plus a raffle ticket.

“Honorable mentions” for thorough answers, i.e. “going the extra mile,” may also receive a book and a raffle ticket at our discretion.

At the end of our quiz, we will draw one ticket and a contest quiz daily winner will win a fabulous Constituting America “Goodie Bag,” full of patriotic surprises!

Make sure to check back every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for a new question and the answer to the previous question!

2 replies
  1. Karl Stein
    Karl Stein says:

    “Another effect of public instability is the unreasonable advantage it gives to the sagacious, the enterprising, and the moneyed few over the industrious and uniformed mass of the people.”


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