HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – In 1787, Gouverneur Morris of Pennsylvania carefully etched sweat, ink, and hope into the parchment that defines our country today.
The Constitution exists as a portrait of what democracy should look like – its features lovingly crafted by quill.
But even though the ink has long dried – the intellect, the passion behind the words still pump through its lines like blood from a heart.
“This Constitution is such a living document,” comments Dr. Anne Smith-Winbush.
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