The Constitution of the United States
HARRY F. ATWOOD
During the past seven years Mr. Atwood has spoken before various types of audiences in all parts of the country on the origin, adoption, and interpretation of the Constitution of the United States.
He is frequently referred to as the man who resurrected the Constitution. The general observance of Constitution Week is largely the result of his efforts, and the National Oratorical Contest on the Constitution, which is held annually in the schools, was started as the result of an address that he made at LosAngeles, California in May, 1922.
He discusses present-day problems in terms of the Constitution of the United States in a most interesting, entertaining and instructive manner. To watch an audience under the spell of his lecture is a fascinating study.
Mr. Atwood is president of the Constitution Anniversary Association, National Headquarters,
28 East Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois
MR. ATWOOD HAS WRITTEN THE FOLLOWING BOOKS:
Back to the Republic
A clear and interesting analysis of the Constitution of the United States, illustrated with charts and diagrams and accompanied by a text of the Constitution.
Safeguarding American Ideals
A brief but comprehensive study of Our Heritage—Our Negligence—Our Responsibility.
Keep God in American History
An Epic Tracing the Religious Thread of American History.
You can secure these books by writing to:
LAIRD & LEE, INC., Publishers
1223 S. Wabash Ave., Chicago
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