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In this interactive tutorial, learn about the famous Supreme Court case Marbury v. Madison, which established the principle of judicial review. You'll examine the details of the case and its important legacy in American history.
In this interactive tutorial, explore several landmark cases of the Supreme Court to see how the Court's decisions have impacted the rights of individuals and society throughout American history.
In this interactive tutorial hosted by "Bill" O. Rights, learn in great detail about the five freedoms guaranteed by the First Amendment: religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition.
In this interactive tutorial, you'll examine the powers and workings of the three branches of our federal government. You'll learn what Congress, the President, and the Supreme Court really do. Enjoy!
In this interactive tutorial, explore the state government of Florida and learn how its three branches are modeled after those in the federal government.
In this interactive tutorial, learn about one of the most important principles in American democracy: rule of law. You'll explore this important concept and learn about its application to a famous Supreme Court decision: United States v. Nixon.
In this interactive tutorial, analyze all 10 Amendments that make up the Bill of Rights in the U.S. Constitution. You'll learn not only about the rights and freedoms guaranteed by each, but also the limits of those rights.
In this interactive tutorial, explore the sources and types of laws in the American legal system.
Learn about the different levels of our federal judicial system, from federal district courts all the way up to the one and only Supreme Court. In this interactive tutorial, you'll also learn about the landmark Supreme Court case Tinker v. Des Moines, which set an important precedent for students' right to free speech in schools.
Learn how to identify the three branches of the federal government as established by the Constitution of the United States. In this interactive tutorial, you will also learn to identify the structure and function of each branch of government.
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