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Wednesday, January 24
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Using textualism, Supreme Court justices consider

a. other writings about the Constitution.
b. their own values as they relate to the Constitution.
c. the literal, or plain, meanings of the words of the Constitution.
d. the questions that the Framers did not answer in the Constitution.

About the Podcast: 60-Second Civics is a daily podcast that provides a quick and convenient way for listeners to learn about our nation’s government, the Constitution, and our history. The podcast explores themes related to civics and government, the constitutional issues behind the headlines, and the people and ideas that formed our nation’s history and government.

60-Second Civics is produced by the Center for Civic Education. The show's content is primarily derived from the Center’s education for democracy curricula, including We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution, Foundations of Democracy, and Elements of Democracy.

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60-Second Civics: Episode 3136, Marbury v. Madison
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60-Second Civics: Episode 3135, Judicial Review over State Governments
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60-Second Civics: Episode 3133, Advantages of Political Parties
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60-Second Civics: Episode 3132, The Revolution of 1800
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60-Second Civics: Episode 3131, The Alien and Sedition Acts
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60-Second Civics: Episode 3130, John Jay's Unpopular Treaty
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60-Second Civics: Episode 3129, Americans Take Sides in the War between France and Great Britain
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60-Second Civics: Episode 3128, The Bank of the United States
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60-Second Civics: Episode 3127, Hamilton's Idea for a National Bank
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60-Second Civics: Episode 3126, Hamilton vs. Jefferson
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60-Second Civics: Episode 3125, The Rise of Political Parties
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60-Second Civics: Episode 3124, The Bill of Rights
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60-Second Civics: Episode 3123, The Creation of the Judicial Branch
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60-Second Civics: Episode 3122, Washington's Cabinet
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60-Second Civics: Episode 3121, The Nation's First President
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60-Second Civics: Episode 3120, Compromise on a Bill of Rights
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60-Second Civics: Episode 3119, Would the National Government Have Too Much Power?
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60-Second Civics: Episode 3118, Would the Constitution Maintain Republican Government?
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60-Second Civics: Episode 3117, Three Basic Disagreements over Ratification
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60-Second Civics: Episode 3116, Meet the Anti-Federalists
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60-Second Civics: Episode 3115, Meet the Federalists
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