Chicago, IL (PRWEB) August 8, 2006 –
Quick... what is the maximum number of years a United States president can serve? What part of the constitution is the Bill of Rights?
Right now, ConstitutionFacts.com is challenging Americans to test their Constitution IQ at http://www.constitutionfacts.com. Between now and Constitution Day on September 17th ConstituionFacts.com is asking people to take the ten question Fascinating Facts Quiz, then pass the quiz on to ten friends, asking them to pass it on to ten friends in turn. The goal is to raise constitutional awareness using a fun and interactive tool.
“The Constitution serves as the fabric of our society, and today, more than ever, is the right time for all Americans to examine and understand it,” says Keir Walton, founder of ConstitutionFacts.com. “With Constitution Day quickly approaching we want to make sure that everyone in America knows ten basic things about their constitution.”
With civics class a distant memory for most and the constitution reduced to a mere political football, many Americans have tuned the document out. And that's too bad, because without a thorough working knowledge of the document it's impossible to participate in the democracy as a fully informed American citizen.
“By leveraging the power of email people can challenge friends and family with the Fascinating Facts Quiz to test their knowledge and see how they scored against others.” The quiz has all the right elements – it’s fast, fun, educational, easy to use and best of all helps you learn more about the greatest legal document ever created,” Walton said.
About Constitution Facts:
At Constitution Facts we make it fun and easy to learn about the Constitution, the Bill of Rights and the Declaration of Independence. Constitution Facts began with a simple idea -- to publish an informative pocket size guide to the U.S. Constitution. Soon people across the country, from U.S. Supreme Court Justices to students and teachers, caught the craze for The U.S. Constitution & Fascinating Facts About It. Today, more than one million copies have been sold in both English and Spanish language editions—and millions more are educated each year by visiting ConstitutionFacts.com – a companion website to the book and central resource for educators and students worldwide.
For more information visit http://www.constitutionfacts.com.