in other words . . .
in other words . . . The U.S. Constitution for Regular Folks
Most Americans have never read the U.S. Constitution, our nation’s most precious document, the longest serving Constitution still in force in the world! In this pocket-sized book, T.S. Grant, a public high school teacher, simply translates 1787 verbiage to words that regular folks use. See the original words on the left page and the words we use on the right page.
This book is also sold in the bookstore of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in our nation’s capital. On average, the museum sells 100 copies of "in other words" a month.