Tomorrow is Constitution Day, commemorating the signing of the US Constitution in Philadelphia on September 17, 1787.
One fun way to celebrate is by checking out the activities and programs at the National Archives. On their website, you can even join the likes of James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and Benjamin Franklin by choosing to “sign” the Constitution here!
In further celebration of Constitution Day, we would like to highlight some of the resources available to you here at the Hamilton County Law Library.
Our collection includes:
The Constitution and the Attorney’s General, by H. Jefferson Powell
The Constitution and What It Means Today, by Edward S. Corwin
The Constitution of the United States of America: a contextual analysis, by Mark Tushnet
The Constitution, by Sam Fink
Constitutional Law, by John E. Nowak, Ronald D. Rotunda
Corwin on the Constitution
How to read the Constitution and Why, by Kim Wehle
A Lawyer Looks at the Constitution, by Rex E. Lee
Understanding the First Amendment, by Russell L. Weaver, Donald E. Lively
What the Constitution Means to Me, by Heidi Schreck
Please feel free to stop by the library, or contact us by email or at 513-946-5300 to reserve any of these amazing titles.