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The United States Constitution

A Deep Dive into Its History, Context, and Modern Implications
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For those of you who never had the chance, or are moved to learn more, this series will provide a detailed look into the United State’s Constitution. It’s important, when studying the Constitution, to understand both the historical context and modern implications. From the Federalist Papers and the debate over ratification, to Supreme Court decisions, Executive Agencies, Civil Liberties, and Criminal Justice, the Constitution is the guiding document for how the United State’s government functions. I’m excited to teach you about this important topic. And believe me, whether we like it or not, it is important. Let’s make you all experts!


Section 1: Supporting Documents
Lecture 1 Articles of Confederation
Lecture 2 Federalist and AntiFederalist Papers
Lecture 3 The Preamble

Section 2: The Articles
Lecture 4 Article 1 The Legislative Branch
Lecture 5 Article 2 The Executive Branch
Lecture 6 Article 3 The Judicial Branch
Lecture 7 Article 4 The States
Lecture 8 Article 5 Constitutional Amendments
Lecture 9 Article 6 Miscellanea
                   Article 7 Ratification

Section 3: The Bill of Rights
Lecture 10 1st Amendment pt 1 Freedom of Religion
Lecture 11 1st Amendment pt 2 Freedom of Speech and the Press
Lecture 12 1st Amendment pt 3 Freedom of Protest and Assembly
Lecture 13 2nd Amendment Right to Bear Arms
Lecture 14 3rd Amendment No Quartering of Soldiers
Lecture 15 4th Amendment Search and Seizure
Lecture 16 5th Amendment Due Process
Lecture 17 6th Amendment Criminal Due Process
Lecture 18 7th Amendment Suits at Common Law
Lecture 19 8th Amendment No Excessive Bail, No Cruel or Unusual Punishment
Lecture 20 9th Amendment You have rights not in the Constitution Tuesday
                     10th Amendment State’s Rights

Section 4: 11&12th Amendments and the Reconstruction Era
Lecture 21 11th Amendment Suits against states
                     12th Amendment The Electoral College
Lecture 22 13th Amendment Ending Slavery
Lecture 23 14th Amendment Extending Constitutional Rights to Former Slaves
Lecture 24 15th Amendment Ensuring Former Slaves the Right to Vote

Section 5: The Progressive Era
Lecture 25 16th Amendment The Income Tax
Lecture 26 17th Amendment Election of Senators
Lecture 27 18th Amendment Prohibition
Lecture 28 19th Amendment Women’s Suffrage
Lecture 29 20th Amendment Congressional and Executive Inauguration Dates
Lecture 30 21st Amendment Ending Prohibition

Section 6: The Modern Era
Lecture 31 22nd Amendment Presidential Term Limits
                    23rd Amendment Presidential Vote for DC
Lecture 32 24th Amendment Poll Taxes
Lecture 33 25th Amendment Presidential Succession
Lecture 34 26th Amendment Sets Voting Age to 18
Lecture 35 27th Amendment Congressional Pay Raises

You will learn

✓ Understand the United States Constitution’s Historical Context
✓ Understand the United States Constitution’s Supporting Documents
✓ Understand the Articles and Amendments of the United States Constitution
✓ Understand the United States Constitution’s Modern Implications
✓ Understand pertinent Supreme Court Cases affecting the United States Constitution


• No prior understanding of the US Constitution or Government needed. A range of resources will be available for each lecture, so that students can delve deeper into the topics that interest them.

This course is for

• Americans and others who want to understand the US Constitution, and how its Government works

How much does the The United States Constitution course cost? Is it worth it?

The course costs $14.99. And currently there is a 70% discount on the original price of the course, which was $21. So you save $6 if you enroll the course now.

Does the The United States Constitution course have a money back guarantee or refund policy?

YES, The United States Constitution has a 30-day money back guarantee. The 30-day refund policy is designed to allow students to study without risk.

Are there any SCHOLARSHIPS for this course?

Currently we could not find a scholarship for the The United States Constitution course, but there is a $6 discount from the original price ($21). So the current price is just $14.99.

Who is the instructor? Is Krysta Walker a SCAM or a TRUSTED instructor?

Krysta Walker has created 1 courses that got — reviews which are generally positive. Krysta Walker has taught 4 students and received a — average review out of — reviews. Depending on the information available, Krysta Walker is a TRUSTED instructor.
B.S. Government, Liberty University
My foray into politics was with Campaign for Liberty, working on the Federal Reserve Sunshine Act petition in 2009. I became involved with my local Republican Party, and was proud to run Ron Paul’s 2012 campaign for two counties in two different states. Following that amazing experience, I worked with my local Tea Party to start a teen club and host a week-long Constitution camp. During these years in my early twenties, I devoured every book I could find on the Constitution, Founding Fathers, philosophy, and economics. Passionate about dialogue across partisan lines, I organized a quarterly Transpartisan Alliance salon discussion group. I was invited to present talks to Tea Party and GOP groups in my region, and put on a small workshop to introduce my neighbors to important concepts for self-government. In 2014, my family traveled for several months in an RV across the country; eventually settling in Missouri. Eager for work, I dove in as the Ballot Access Director for the Libertarian Party of Illinois. In June 2018, I secured 48,000 signatures and won ballot access for six candidates with the help of over a hundred volunteers and a small contingency of paid contractors. Finally, I decided to return to college and completed my Bachelor’s of Science in Government. I graduated summa cum laude while working for two State Representatives at the Missouri Capitol. As a Legislative Assistant, I handled scheduling, took meetings with lobbyists, served constituents, and assisted in bill research. In the years following, I have also worked as a campaign manager, media outreach director, writer for a local magazine, Regional and then Deputy State Director for Texas Victory, and have provided policy analysis for numerous statewide and municipal candidates. My love for the Constitution, and the classical liberalism from which it sprang, has only grown since I first discovered it in a 9th grade civics class. I enjoy teaching others what I’ve learned, and continue to study Supreme Court Rulings, Federal and State legislation, and history as voraciously as ever.


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