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September 17, 2010 by USA Post 

Us Constitution, The 2010 Constitution Day is the celebration of the event which is the very basis of social organization and U.S. policy. Across the country on Friday, institutions of education of universities applied to smaller schoolhouses in a room is celebrated Constitution Day and Citizenship Day, presenting educational programs on the U.S. Constitution the 223rd anniversary of its signing.

The day was chosen September 17 as the day it was in 1787 when the 12 assignments of State approved the Constitution. Of the 42 delegates present, 39 to sign and officially suspended the constitutional convention. Today is the anniversary of the signing of the Constitution.

Constitution Day, also known as Citizenship Day, commemorates the anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution. September 17, 1787 the U.S. Constitution was signed by U.S. Constitutional Convention. On this day, the Constitution was accepted by members of the Constitutional Convention. This day has to pay tribute.

The National Archives of organizing a holiday and offers 1 223 curious visitors a piece of cake. There are also quizzes and different responses that occur in schools and universities, lesson plans that focus on this event and try to clarify what children better. make posters, plays, staged readings, are just some of the activities marking the celebration.

Constitution Day is a celebration of life, freedom and unity. Focuses on nationalism and freedom and give people the opportunity to better understand the early history of the U.S.. This day has special meaning to people in Delaware, as it was the first state to support and adopt the Constitution. Despite the state in which they live, Americans across the country celebrate Constitution Day with enthusiasm and pride.

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