How well do you know the Constitution?

 

In this critical year for America, it’s more important than ever that EVERYONE understand our Constitution.

That’s why Hillsdale College is offering a new, ABSOLUTELY FREE, online course:

Constitution 101: The Meaning and History of the Constitution

The 10-week course started February 24, but all lectures are archived so you can view them at any time. This course is taught by the same professors who teach our students here on campus.

Refresh your understanding of the Constitution with brand new lectures, a lively discussion board, Q&A sessions, weekly quizzes, and more.

All of the lectures are archived, so you can watch them at your convenience.

Register for “Constitution 101” today by filling out the registration form to the right.

After you register, you can find out how to get a copy of Hillsdale’s 790-page U.S. Constitution Reader, the essential companion to the course, which contains more than one hundred primary source documents edited by Hillsdale’s Politics faculty.

American Heritage Reader

Please fill in the fields below to complete your free registration for the newest Hillsdale College online course.

 

Constitution 101 – The Meaning and History of the Constitution
A 10-Week Online Course Beginning February 24, 2014

  1. The American Founding: Revolutionary or Conservative?
    Larry P. Arnn
    February 24, 2014

  2. The Theory of the Declaration and the Constitution
    Thomas G. West
    March 3, 2014

  3. The Problem of Majority Tyranny and the Necessity of Union
    Mickey Craig
    March 10, 2014

  1. Consent of the Governed and the Separation of Powers
    Kevin Portteus
    March 17, 2014

  2. To Secure These Rights: Economics, Religion, and Character
    Thomas G. West
    March 24, 2014

  3. Crisis of the Constitution: Slavery and Secession
    Mickey Craig
    March 31, 2014

  1. The Progressive Rejection of the Principles of the Declaration
    Ronald J. Pestritto
    April 7, 2014

  2. The Progressive Assault on the Constitution
    Ronald J. Pestritto
    April 14, 2014

  3. The Administrative State Today
    Kevin Portteus
    April 21, 2014

  4. Modern Conservatism and the Constitution
    Larry P. Arnn
    April 28, 2014