US Constitution Preamble
US Constitution We The People

The United States Constitution was written over 200 years ago.  A lot of things have changed during that time.  One big thing that has changed and we don't even realize it, is the meaning of words.  When the Constitution was written, it used words and their associated meaning from the late 1700s.  Over time the meaning of those words chosen have changed or at least new definitions have been added to their meaning.  The original draft writers had no idea of what the words chosen would mean in the future.  Yet, today, when we read the Constitution we use the words with current definitions.  This is how we get the true meaning wrong.


​Our attempt, in this eBook, is to provide a copy of the United States Constitution.  Within this document, all the words that we feel are extremely important or may have a changed meaning are highlighted.  As you read the document, you can click on any of these highlighted words and you will be brought to the meaning of that word from a dictionary that was written and used at the time of the Constitution, late 1700s.  Doesn't it make a lot of sense to be using the same definitions as the original drafters.  Well, we do and we feel as though it is the only true way the this document can truly be read with the same meaning as when it was written.


Your eBook will have these features:


  • ​A complete copy of the United States Constitution

  • ​Hyperlinked text highlighted in blue will bring you to the word definition of the time period
  • Easily read using the free Adobe Reader program
  • ​Easily return to where you left of after hyperlinking
  • ​See how words change meanings throughout time
  • ​Quickly reference all the Articles and Sections
  • ​Become a Master of the Constitution



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The United States Constitution explained through dictionaries of that time period.

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Example Snapshots From this eBook

This is a copy of an actual page from our eBook showing the "Domestic Tranquility - in the Late 1700s" and the associated dictionary definitions.  It is the page in the eBook that automatically comes up when you click on the highlighted text "domestic Tranquility" This example shows definitions from two different dictionaries around the time creation of the Constitution.  You can use each dictionary's explanation to form in your mind just what the Originators may have been thinking when they wrote the Constitution. 


​When using "Adobe Reader" to display the eBook, you can use the back feature to directly return to where you originally came from.

This is a copy of an actual page from our eBook, Preamble, showing the Preamble and associated highlighted words and phrases.  In the actual book, clicking on the highlighted text would bring you to the dictionary explanation (from that period) of the word or phrase.  Clicking on "We the People" would bring you to the following page which contains the "dictionary of the time" information.

This is a copy of an actual page from our eBook showing the "We the People - in the Late 1700s" and the associated dictionary definitions.  It is the page in the eBook that automatically comes up when you click on the highlighted text "We the People" This example shows definitions from four different dictionaries around the time creation of the Constitution.  You can use each dictionary's explanation to form in your mind just what the Originators may have been thinking when they wrote the Constitution. 


​When using "Adobe Reader" to display the eBook, you can use the back feature to directly return to where you originally came from.

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