Interpreting the Constitution for Children

Capitol Hill staffer Cathy Travis has written Constitution Translated for Kids, a book that frames the basic document of American government in easy-to-understand language. It might help some adults see the issues a bit more clearly, too. Travis speaks with NPR's Steve Inskeep.

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