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In 2011, Iceland used Facebook to rewrite its constitution, as 2/3 of its population is on it.
Located within Italy, San Marino is the world’s oldest republic (301 A.D.) and holds the world’s oldest continuous constitution.
The 2008 Constitution of Ecuador recognized nature as an entity with legally enforceable rights, making it the first country in the world to do so.
The flag of Nepal is so complicated that the country’s constitution includes 24-step instructions on how to create it.
Mormons believe that the U.S. Constitution is a divinely inspired document.
Montana the only state in the U.S. whose constitution mandates teaching Native American tribal history.
Every night, the U.S. Constitution is lowered into a safe that is bomb proof.
The “people” named in the 1788 U.S. Constitution were land-owning white men only.
The U.S. Constitution is the only constitution from the 18th century that’s still being used today.
James Buchanan, the 15th U.S. President, was morally opposed to slavery, but believed it was protected by the Constitution, so he continuously brought slaves with his own money in order to free them.
Thomas Jefferson believed the Constitution should expire every 19 years and be replaced with a new one more suitable for the current generation.
Under the original terms of the U.S. Constitution, the President could not choose his vice president, instead it was the canditate with the second most votes.
While World War II was being fought, the original copies of the U.S. Constitution and the Declaration of Independence were taken from the Library of Congress and kept at Fort Knox, Kentucky.